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Bebee

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Some time ago, about four years I think, I had a personal web site running that I was quite pleased with - not exactly cutting edge but functional and not too fussy - even some positive feedback here. I designed and built it with NetObjects Fusion - Version 9 originally although I have version 10 now.

I am now being asked to help with a new site for our local Gilbert & Sullivan Society (my wife is a member). They don't want anything exceptional (or expensive - they are a registered charity) just an upgrade to the 1990's site they had designed for them originally.

The question is - should I get to grips with NetObjects 10 again, is an upgrade to version 11 (about £40) worthwhile, or is something altogether different an option (Serif's new offering X4 looks quite interesting)?

I feel a bit out of touch now, so any advice would be welcome.

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