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  1. #1
    Rachel Guest

    Adobe GoLive for Web Authoring


    I am currently using Allaire Homesite, which is what my department uses. My
    department also creates a "look and feel" in Photoshop before implementing
    in HTML. After laying it all out in Photoshop, they can chop it up into graphics
    to place in the HTML docs. I use FrontPage at home, but want to switch to
    something new, because I want tighter control and better features. I'm too
    advanced for FrontPage, but a little uneasy about venturing out into new
    programs, like Adobe GoLive.

    Does anyone use Adobe GoLive for building and managing sites? If so, what
    other programs have you used and how do they compare? How did you learn to
    use it? How well did you already know Photoshop before you used Adobe GoLive?

    Thanks.

  2. #2
    Xonline Guest

    Re: Adobe GoLive for Web Authoring


    "Rachel" <rernst@clickcommerce.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am currently using Allaire Homesite, which is what my department uses.

    My
    >department also creates a "look and feel" in Photoshop before implementing
    >in HTML. After laying it all out in Photoshop, they can chop it up into

    graphics
    >to place in the HTML docs. I use FrontPage at home, but want to switch to
    >something new, because I want tighter control and better features. I'm

    too
    >advanced for FrontPage, but a little uneasy about venturing out into new
    >programs, like Adobe GoLive.
    >
    >Does anyone use Adobe GoLive for building and managing sites? If so, what
    >other programs have you used and how do they compare? How did you learn

    to
    >use it? How well did you already know Photoshop before you used Adobe GoLive?
    >
    >Thanks.



    ------------------
    You should try MAcromedia Dreamweaver - the most powerfull thing for web-design.
    I am working with it already 2 years and the new version of it 4.0
    is really something special. I do not thing that it is worth to change from
    Frontpage to GoLive passing by Dreamweaver


  3. #3
    Paul Guest

    Re: Adobe GoLive for Web Authoring


    I have to agree with the previous response. Dreamweaver is the best to use
    for web development. Also if you are use to making the pages in an image
    editor first and then going to an web editor I still recommand Dreamweaver
    with Fireworks. They work well with each other as you can develope the look
    in Fireworks and then slice it up for actual web. Good Luck!
    "Xonline" <xonline@gmx.at> wrote:
    >
    >"Rachel" <rernst@clickcommerce.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>I am currently using Allaire Homesite, which is what my department uses.

    >My
    >>department also creates a "look and feel" in Photoshop before implementing
    >>in HTML. After laying it all out in Photoshop, they can chop it up into

    >graphics
    >>to place in the HTML docs. I use FrontPage at home, but want to switch

    to
    >>something new, because I want tighter control and better features. I'm

    >too
    >>advanced for FrontPage, but a little uneasy about venturing out into new
    >>programs, like Adobe GoLive.
    >>
    >>Does anyone use Adobe GoLive for building and managing sites? If so, what
    >>other programs have you used and how do they compare? How did you learn

    >to
    >>use it? How well did you already know Photoshop before you used Adobe GoLive?
    >>
    >>Thanks.

    >
    >
    >------------------
    >You should try MAcromedia Dreamweaver - the most powerfull thing for web-design.
    >I am working with it already 2 years and the new version of it 4.0
    >is really something special. I do not thing that it is worth to change from
    >Frontpage to GoLive passing by Dreamweaver
    >



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