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Date Added:Dec. 27, 2005
File Size:Not available
Downloads Last Week:670
Product ranking:#5 in Web Development Software
cnet was a viable company... (see summary)
It's not the software you're looking for or listed here in cnet.
BAD,... VERY VERY BAD!
I'm very surprised cnet did not check this link before posting it for public download. The URL wants personal info and money. It does not download the software you're asking for.
HOW CAN WE CONTINUE TO TRUST cnet?
No pros for this software
Alot of cons please read summary
I went to get this, however the software is a fake it asks you to install a download software which is a virus
None, does not upgrade to SP2
Does not upgade to SP2 just to a page where you can add componets for a price
Just takes you to a link to by new componets but not sp2 upgrade
There are none
IT'S NOT FREE!
FrontPage was a very easy to use WYSIWYG HTML editor and site designer. The downloads for 2003 are somewhat easy to find. I cherish my original, licensed version. Beware of people wanting to sell you aftermarket copies?
There are many web design professionals who "look down" on anyone who uses FrontPage, but it was a quality program, with its faults, that was very easy to use.
This download is a link to a site for you to use trial-ware and then buy something else from them. FrontPage was discontinued in 2003 and if you can find the REAL thing get it. I've used Dreamweaver and Expression Web and can't stand either one. There are more comprehensive programs on the market and many with more features and programming capabilities, but you could produce a quality web site in a day of work and a 12-pack of Dr Pepper...
Updated on Nov 19, 2012
I still keep trying out Dreamweaver, Expression Web, and even Web Matrix; but I'll take FrontPage over all of them. A true web designer will laugh at me, but I am very happy...
i,m a learner and my son helps me
it,s good my son gets it each year for our 2 computers
i will tell my son.. he lives in edmonton, alberta and i,m in b.c. i hope you contact him.
It's 'free,' at least at first.
Deceptive promotion by CNET, beware!
Trial versions of programs are fine, so long as you know that going in.
Fewer crashes, and seems to up load faster.
Still a little clunky, but the best frames software to fit my needs.
The above Pros and Cons says it all for me.
look at www.rmastudios.sitesled.com
idk havent tried
check site out its free and lookes pretty cool
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|Publisher web site||http://www.microsoft.com/|
|Release Date||December 27, 2005|
|Date Added||December 27, 2005|
|Subcategory||Web Development Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000/SP 3, Windows XP/2003|
|File Size||Not Available|
|File Name||External File|
|Downloads Last Week||670|
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