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I use Dreamweaver and wouldn't give it up, but it costs more than your $200
budget allows. A _long_ time ago, I put together a basic intranet using
Netscape Composer, which is free. I'd never again use FrontPage. Can't speak
to the other suggestions.
Clare Turner wrote:
<< I've been charged with developing an intranet for my company. We
currently have nothing in place. I'd prefer not to do this in 'pure' html.
To that end, I'm looking into various web dev tools and would appreciate
some quick (!) opinions on the various tools.>>
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