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As I said to John in a private message, this is of course excellent advice.
Not possible to take it in this case, however, b/c however much of a good
investment the upgrade might be, my client is not in a position to make it.
So I'm still looking for help.
> >===== Original Message From John Posada <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com> =====
> >> I'm looking for someone who'd be willing to help me figure out a
> >> few things w/
> >> FrontPage 98 -- I'm a relative newcomer to this particular
> >> application, and
> >> have gotten fairly well into my current project, but I'm stuck on a
> >> couple of pretty crucial items.
> >Before you do too much work with 98, the lastest version, 2002,
> >produces MUCH cleaner code. The problem with previous versions, is
> >that to varying degree (depending on the version), FP adds a great
> >deal of surplus HTML code that could, under certain conditions, make
> >other applications barf or at least not behave as expected.
> >By upgrading to 2002, you get pretty much standard HTML code, the
> >files are smaller, the load time is quicker, etc.
> >Very much justifies the upgrade cost.
> >John Posada, Senior Technical Writer
> >Current gig ending 4/15
> >mailto:john -at- tdandw -dot- com, 732-259-2874
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