FrontPage vs. HomeSite

Subject: FrontPage vs. HomeSite
From: "Writer Whirler" <a_whirler -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 15:34:16 -0600

I am going to redesign an in-house website. It was created in FrontPage. I have both FrontPage 4.0 and HomeSite. Though I have used HomeSite a bit, I don't know much about either program. I have sort of messed around with FrontPage, however, and do not find it very intuitive to use.

I have been told that HomeSite produces HTML code that is more "pure" than FrontPage, and that it produces better results. However, if I use FrontPage for the new site, can I more easily keep links in place and "design around them"? Will I have to redo everything (links) if I use HomeSite? Since I'll have a learning curve no matter which direction I go, does anyone have any opinions about either program? Not looking to start a tool war. Just looking for opinions that are more informed than mine. Thanks.


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