Re: Recommended web site programs

Subject: Re: Recommended web site programs
From: voxwoman <voxwoman -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: Jodie Gilmore <jgilmor -at- pacifier -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 17:47:03 -0400

HomeSite was subsumed by DreamWeaver 8 or DW MX (they were bundled together,
IIRC). I used it for a long time, too, and quite liked it. The Code view in
DreamWeaver is very similar.
-Wendy

On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 4:03 PM, Jodie Gilmore <jgilmor -at- pacifier -dot- com> wrote:

> I like HomeSite -- I have an old version but it is quite sufficient. But I
> mostly code from scratch. Don't know how its wysiwyg features stack up.
>
> Another suite of products you might look at is SiteSpinner and SiteSpinner
> Pro from Virtual Mechanics. www.virtualmechanics.com (They have a free
> product, Web Dwarf, but it is quite limited.)
>
>
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References:
status and state?: From: Praneeta Paradkar
Re: status and state?: From: Peter Neilson
Recommended web site programs: From: Ken Poshedly
RE: Recommended web site programs: From: Ed
RE: Recommended web site programs: From: Jodie Gilmore

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