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    SCI I just stumbled here and read your site. Great read on your story!

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    FrontPage was killed off many years ago because of the garbage HTML it generated. Microsoft is on the 4th edition of Expression Web, which is actually decent. Dreamweaver is great. I usually use Visual Studio when I create webpages.

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    I am checking out Expression Web. A number of people have recommended it although Dreamweaver has a lot of advocates. However, DW seems like more than I will ever need. I wonder if anyone has insight into Expression Web's longevity. I would hate to migrate to it and have Microsoft pull the plug in a couple of years.
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    Expression Web will be around for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -scott- View Post
    don't you own a company?

    just throwing another option out there.
    I am a founder at a startup, and and actually am probably considered a bit eccentric but if I suggested we have a "green" page on our website people would think I had finally lost my mind and change all my passwords My last staff meeting ended with me saying "Everybody fights, nobody quits. You don't do you job I'll kill you myself".

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    Great thread. Brings back my old HTML days. Keep er going. Very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    I am checking out Expression Web. A number of people have recommended it although Dreamweaver has a lot of advocates. However, DW seems like more than I will ever need. I wonder if anyone has insight into Expression Web's longevity. I would hate to migrate to it and have Microsoft pull the plug in a couple of years.
    Ack! Don't buy into microsoft stuff. There are a ton of free open source tools you can use.

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    Free website builder/host

    ^^(A)^^

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    I am sorting through open source stuff. The problem is, there is too much stuff out there. I am hoping some of the CC members can help me separate some of the junk from solid stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    I am sorting through open source stuff. The problem is, there is too much stuff out there. I am hoping some of the CC members can help me separate some of the junk from solid stuff.
    What are you trying to do exactly? Just publish your writing? Do you want people to leave comments? Are you starting some sort of forum? It is kinda hard to give a good answer without knowing your goals.

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