For several years Microsoft FrontPage and MacroMedia's DreamWeaver have been the two most popular tools for creating Web pages. These two powerhouse programs allow almost anyone, novices as well as professional Web designers, to build nice-looking Web pages in a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) environment. If you can use a word processor, you probably can create Web pages with either FrontPage or DreamWeaver. Yet both products have powerful tools that will also appeal to the advanced user.
These two software packages are expensive: Microsoft FrontPage has a "street price" of $175 to $200, and DreamWeaver typically sells for about $400. A few months ago I wrote about a new program that creates Web pages. It is very powerful, and yet is free of charge. I have been using the new program to create many of the pages on this newsletter's Web site. The version I have been using was a beta test version. Now version 1.0 has been released.
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