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FrontPage for Mac?

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I'm thinking about helping out a local pet shelter on their web pages. In
discussing it, I'm told that they write their web pages using FrontPage,
which I gather is Megalomaniacsoft's web-page-authoring program. Looking
at the source from those web pages, I see a lot of Java scripts and such
being fired up, so I get the impression that it's not exactly a
generic-web-page authoring program like PageMill, which is what I normally
use.

Anyway, so far, FrontPage appears to be not available for the Mac. Do any
of you know of a Mac version of it or somebody's knock-off shareware, and
if so where I can buy a copy?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Andy Dingley wrote:
RuntPage is also a vile program that makes even worse code. The only
thing stopping it being the worst HTML editor in the world is M$oft
Publisher, which is far, far worse.


.... and that doesn't stop it from being the worst tool which claims it is
primarily for authroing webpages.

--
David Dorward http://dorward.me.uk/
Jul 20 '05 #2

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Thanks for the replies, folks. The folks doing their web pages agree that
FrontPage is not popular, and I think they're starting to accept that it
wasn't ultimately a good choice in the first place. Apparently it was some
sort of legacy thing.

Jul 20 '05 #3

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