Re: Front Page vs Top Page

Subject: Re: Front Page vs Top Page
From: "Steven J. Owens" <puff -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 12:02:03 -0700

Don Stovicek writes:
> Was just about to take the plunge and pop for "Front Page" when I saw that
> IBM now has a similar program out called "Top Page" for less than half the
> cost. Reading the box, it sounds like Top Page matches Front Page, feature
> for feature.
> Recognizing the overwhelming popularity of Front Page, I am hesistant to go
> with anything else. However, considering the price and the fact that its
> from IBM, I would appreciate hearing any comments the list might have
> relative to both, but especialy Top Page from IBM. Is anyone using this
> program and, if so, how has been your experience with it?

A lot depends on why you're buying a GUI web editor to begin
with. We definitely don't want to resurrect the whole debate about MS
FrontPage vs. whatever, and we don't really need to get into using a
GUI vs. hand-editing HTML. But tells us what you need to do, and why
you're considering buying FrontPage.

Steven J. Owens
puff -at- netcom -dot- com

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