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Microsoft’s FrontPage Replacement

Frontpage is being replaced by a new project called Expression Web.

Expression Web will hopefully do more with web standards and XML, XHTML and style-sheets, CSS and XSLT.

Q. How does Expression Web compare to Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 and Visual Studio as a Web design/development tool?

A. Expression Web is a new product for professional Web designers that combines the best of both FrontPage and Visual Studio technologies in a new user interface for creating XHTML, CSS, XML, XSLT, and ASP.NET 2.0. Where appropriate, the user interface and features of Expression Web and Visual Studio are identical (such as for ASP.NET control properties).

I am not a big fan of WYSIWYG developments, but if it seems like they gave Expression Web a bit more thought, and there is a built in panel that will test webpages for CSS and HTML compliance.

Funny though that Internet Explorer still has problems with compliance.

via SarahinTampa

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  1. Kian Ann says: 12/20/2006

    Yeah… wasn’t IE7 supposed to clear up all the compliance stuff? I hate it – MS is creating their own version Internet, and one that messes things up.

    I’m keen to hear about expression web… but I doubt it’ll beat dreamweaver :P

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  2. videolar says: 11/24/2007

    it a must to improve fp.it is really useless

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  6. mikeyaozm says: 9/20/2009

    I am not a big fan of WYSIWYG developments,

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