Frontpage 98 and Homesite

Subject: Frontpage 98 and Homesite
From: Paula Puffer <papuffer -at- SWBELL -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 1997 12:15:10 -0600

Hi all,
Sorry I have been out of the loop for a while, but I moved two months ago to
take a job in industry in the Houston area. The software reviews that I was
doing before I left Little Rock will be on my new web site and I will
continue to add more reviews as time passes.

Here's my 2 cents on the frontpage 98/homesite comments:

I have to say I like Frontpage for it's management features, but I hate
having to go back and clean up code. Not to mention
if I uploaded the code to certain machines, if I tried to edited online I
would spend a large chunk of time inserting
line breaks so I could see all the code.

For generating code, I like Homesite much better because it conforms to the
HTML 3.2 standard. I haven't had the opportunity to try the newest version
of homesite yet but I am looking forward to it. Someone mentioned that you
have to insert codes yourself when using homesite. They do have a macro
feature that I used that allowed me to quickly insert chunks of code and
then to go back and fill in the text. It worked well for several projects
that I did and I thought it was a nice feature.

papuffer -at- swbell -dot- net, or

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