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Subject:Re: Mac Web Authoring Tools revisited From:Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 12 Feb 1997 13:39:22 EST
On Feb 12, 10:38am, Tony G. Rocco wrote:
> Subject: Mac Web Authoring Tools revisited
> Thanks to all for their web authoring suggestions and info. PageMill 2.0
> seems to be quite a popular choice. Has anyone tried Netscape Gold 3.0? I
> haven't received any feedback about that app? Any info would be
> appreciated. Thanks.
Had some early experience with a beta of Netscape Gold [about July to October
last year]. I forget which version it was. Found it worse than Internet
Assistant for Word -- another of my pet hates. Only utility I found was
one-click ability to switch from surfing to editing -- and it was kinda
WYSIWYG. Since then, I haven't heard it mentioned in fora like this one --
which I am taking to mean that is not quite worth mentioning ...