Re: HomeSite: liabilities for non-supported software

Subject: Re: HomeSite: liabilities for non-supported software
From: "C. Koopman" <cjkoopman -at- home -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2001 12:07:10 -0700

[Nancy asked whether we knew of any problems with HomeSite softare that
would create a risk to her other programs.]

I have never encountered a problem with Homesite. It is a simple program
that shouldn't mess anything up, and it will not create unwanted
affiliations to any other programs you have going. In my experience, it was

When I took a refresher course in HTML at a local university, HomeSite came
bundled with Cold Fusion, but I only used Homesite both there and at work.
I really liked it a lot, since it made HTML so much faster than designing
pages with Notepad. It is the closest thing to simple HTML, and does not
put any wierd code into your pages.

I would suggest you go ahead and use Homesite without trepidation. You'll
find it easy to use and a great help.

My .02.



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