Adobe Golive or Dreamweaver

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  1. Malus

    Malus BSD SMASH!

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    Every notepad replacement has numbers too. :)
     
  2. tigertian

    tigertian New Member

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    Golive is for Professor and Dreamweaver is for learner
     
  3. UberLord

    UberLord A Legend in Underwear

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    vi is for professionals :p
     
  4. tigertian

    tigertian New Member

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    Sorry!my english is bad.Thank you!
     
  5. UberLord

    UberLord A Legend in Underwear

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    Thats OK - my Chinese is much much worse ;)
     
  6. ann0yanc3

    ann0yanc3 New Member

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    I use M$ FrontPage to design my sites only because I'm so used to the interface. :rolleyes: But, I always clean up the code in EditPlus afterwards. :p FrontPage generates a lot of code that isn't compatible with Netscape and Opera, go figure! I'll prolly end up switching to Dreamweaver.
     
  7. radTube

    radTube just keepin' it cool

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    I like GoLive a lot more... Might be just that it was the first (actually it still is the only) wysiwyg-editor I learned to use. The interface is quite simple, and actually I find Dreamweaver much more complicated. Anyway, I still do my coding by hand. GoLive is great for HTML, but ASP and javascript still need to be done by hand, or it's a nightmare to edit the pages afterwards...

    BTW: HomeSite seems like great html-editor.
     
  8. Jeff

    Jeff Yarr... I be blind!

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    I am getting more into PHP...and WYSIWYG is kinda useless for Dyanamic Pages...cause what you see isn't what you get at all.
     

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