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Old 02-23-2004, 04:49 PM   #15
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Yeah, I use FrontPage as well, but find myself going into the code a bunch to do things that FP just can't handle. I've heard that Dream Weaver is indeed a superior product.

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Old 02-23-2004, 07:43 PM   #16
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If you maintain a website, what program do you use???
I use " Note Pad " using what I’ve learned in HTML! I’ve tried to make the best use of tables and frames in order to help the page to load quicker. I try and use GIF or JPEG files and also reduce any image to a small of file as possible yet keep it looking as good as I can.

We had a personal web site that I took care of but at the present time we have it removed. I presently take care of these two web sites.

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Old 02-23-2004, 08:22 PM   #17
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I Might Use Adobe Stuff

I started out with Adobe PageMill which was the first or one of the first WYSIWYG web page tools. I've also been a longtime Photoshop user back to when it was Thomas Knoll's black and white program being passed around in beta on the Internet (pre-Adobe). Now I just upgraded to Adobe CS Creative Suite so I guess, if I ever find the time, that I will be using Adobe GoLive with Photoshop and Illustrator. I haven't done anything with my website since 1998. How time flies.
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Old 02-23-2004, 08:33 PM   #18
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I've built and now maintain a couple of sites for our business using web studio www.webstudio.com It's also a wysiwyg piece of software and well designed. My web host folks won't accept front page sites, as they have had security issues with them. Web studio is cheap and flexible and does everything i've ever needed.
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Old 02-24-2004, 08:50 AM   #19
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Our new president has been issuing our newsletter in adobe PDF format. I'm trying to import it into our web site. Is there a way to take a PDF file into Front Page? I can't seem to find a way.

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Has anyone used Macromedia's website maintenance software, "CONTRIBUTE"?

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We evaluated Contribute about a year ago. Seemed to be a good solution for a small shop or consulting agency but required a lot of care and feeding. Not exactly a full blown Content Management and Code Management solution but good enough for many mid-sized business sites.

jcanavera - I don't think you can import from PDF into FP. Try converting this into an image using Photoshop.
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Our new president has been issuing our newsletter in adobe PDF format. I'm trying to import it into our web site. Is there a way to take a PDF file into Front Page? I can't seem to find a way.

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It's not necessary to import PDF files to your web page like you would with a GIF file or JPG file. Just create a link to it on your page with Front Page and place the PDF file in the same directory as your other files.

Make sure the Adobe file name ends in ".pdf" so the visitor's browser will know it should launch Adobe Reader (if necessary).

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Has anyone heard of StudioLine Web build from H&M Systems Software, Inc.? I have a friend that just sent me a "first-time ever" page he built and it's pretty nice...not sure if it's template based or ???

I'm not looking to change form HomeSite right now and if I do, it will most likely be to DreamWeaver, however I am curious about what all is out there...

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I'm not looking to change form HomeSite right now and if I do, it will most likely be to DreamWeaver, however I am curious about what all is out there...
I've just performed a few Microsoft updates on my laptop and all of a sudden the best part of Homesite (the design tab) locks up the entire program! I suspect that it is an Internet Explorer update, but I'm not sure. I don't even use IE, but it is an intregral part of Homesite in some way and now the program no longer works properly. Maxi-bummer-drag!

So...I thought I'd revive this ol' thread, to see if anything new is out there that I should consider. Right now I am checking out Nvu Version .08 (the Windows version) it's a freeware beta product that my husband has been using on his Linux machine...I really don't waht a 'gee-whiz' program with lots of the bells & whistles, but the WYSIWYG features are awful nice to have. I'm also still considering Dreamweaver, but hate to pay $399 for a program if I can don't have to.

I'm not a programmer just a hobbiest, so I'm not going to sit down & read a manual cover to cover, that's for sure, it has to be pretty intuitive and there's no way I want to be limited to templates (have you seen my webpages?)...so any suggestions?

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Check out post #18 below. web studio i4.0 s incredibly user friendly. They have loads of templates but vcan design from scratch just as easily. good customer support and cheap.
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