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FrontPage 2004 vs. Dreamweaver MX 2004

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by SlyBry, Sep 22, 2004.

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  1. SlyBry

    SlyBry Thread Starter

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    My company uses both Frontpage and Dreamweaver. More Developers using DW and management using FP. Now we are experiencing these rollbacks on one of our servers.

    My question for you all is this. Has anyone experienced this problem while using either of these to products?

    I appreciate any and all help with this.

    cheers,
    SlyBry
     
  2. Rockn

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    Cannot stand FP and there are always issues with it's "intuitive" ruining of any code you write based on what the application thinks is correct. I would only use DW but you may run into problems only using DW if your web applications use FP Extensions.
     
  3. optihost

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    Started out using Frontpage years ago but soon realised it wasn't as powerful or professional as Dreamweaver. Have used Dreamweaver for quite some time now and wouldn't go back!

    Roy
    www.optihost.co.uk
     
  4. s43

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    I find it easy to use Frontpage and CBA to change now.
     
  5. SJ McAbney

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    Ditto. :)
     
  6. southernlady

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    FrontPage uses too much code, it bloats the web pages and loads it down. Dreamweaver doesn't. Dreamweaver acts closest to straight html as you can get and still be working with a wysiwyg editor.

    That's why most professionals prefer dreamweaver. Liz
     
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