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Bob, how could you?!?!?!?!?!? Once you go Cold Fusion Studio/Homesite you aren't supposed to go back! YOU TRAITOR!!! :) Okay, here are a few sites I have created with cold fusion studio.... since we are all flexing and whatnot. :)
once development is done with a few other things I am working on, I will flex those too. But you and my boss both need to get off my back already!!! :)
P.S. Wheres the beach?
Jason P. Brown Internet Hobo email@example.com http://jpbrown.org
----- Original Message ----- From: "Bob Niemeier"
To: Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 3:08 PM Subject: RE: STLWEBDEV: CSS - Dreamweaver or FrontPage?
> I've used Frontpage for about 5 years, the next version is out May 31. BTW. > > The usefull thing about it is that your clients can use it to edit their own > pages, nearly everyone has it as part of Microsoft Office. > > It also has a lot of site management tools. > > It can fairly easily work with Microsoft Access, create forms, etc. > > It also has full support for stylesheets. > > I've also used GoLive, Cold Fusion Studio, and nearly everything but > Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver was pretty buggy when it came out and by that time > I wasn't looking for yet another tool to use to create web sites. > > All in all I would say that it doesn't much matter what you use, as that you > know how to use it. > > If you are comfortable in Dreamweaver, go for it. But you may be problems > compatibility wise unless you pretty much redo the site, which it sounds > like you want to do anyway. > > Good Luck > > We've used Frontpage to create
http://www.justshop.com, etc. > > Bob Niemeier > VP Marketing > JustCall, Inc. > 314 865-1778 > firstname.lastname@example.org > > > -----Original Message----- > From: email@example.com > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Barbara Rhoades > Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 2:43 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: STLWEBDEV: CSS - Dreamweaver or FrontPage? > > > Jeanne: DREAMWEAVER hands-down!!! Alls of these sites are created in DW. > Take a look. > > www.crafterbyrequest.com
> > Barbara > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Jeanne Esquivel"
> To: > Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 1:28 PM > Subject: STLWEBDEV: CSS - Dreamweaver or FrontPage? > > > > Hello! I am working on a project that entails a > > redesign of a site on the company's intranet. The > > redesign is required due to the fact static pages were > > created in FrontPage which has/will create a > > maintenance nightmare. > > > > I am looking for validation to use Dreamweaver as the > > tool of choice for the redesign. The site needs to be > > dynamic, easily maintained across all pages and use > > CSS. In addition, I need to ensure the site will > > support a variety of multimedia. Perhaps some of you > > have a tool preference that you care to share? > > > > Any thoughts would be appreciated. > > > > Thanks, > > Jeanne M. Esquivel > >
-- Anonymous, June 13, 2001