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Which web design software?


DeeCee1669

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I know a lot of people post this query but more specifically, if you had to choose between Frontpage 2003 and NVU, which would you choose?
I have been teaching Frontpage for a number of years but am aware it's quite out of date now. A colleague uses NVU and recommends it. I have had a look at it but on first impressions I think it looks a bit basic. I am possibly biased because I am familiar with FP.
I would really appreciate any comments or opinions on this.

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DeeCee

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Forum Editor

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what fourm member says - go for Expression Web if you want to make a change.

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DeeCee1669

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I have requested Web Expression but there are cost implications for the company whose computers (12 of) I will be using to teach web design. I need to have a plan B.

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gerri-atrick

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Teach web design using Front page :0 ......I hope you dont charge for it, FP must be the worst software going. ......I hope you dont charge for it !!!! it is so out of date that its embarassing just thinking about it.

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gerri-atrick

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im that embarrased i said it twice, but here goes again ........I hope you dont charge for it :))

Sorry ;)

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