[K12OSN] OT: alternative to MS Frontpage

Pat patnewsletters at ip-wizard.com
Thu May 5 19:32:36 UTC 2005

Rob Owens wrote:
> Thank you all for your suggestions.  I should have
> been more clear about this in my original post:  I
> don't care if the web designer uses Windows, I just
> want his webpages to be viewable in Firefox.
> And thanks, Bob, for the info on ADA compliance.  I'll
> research that a bit.  A church might not be legally
> bound to that, but it's something the developer should
> be made aware of anyway.
> -Rob
> --- Brian Skahan <bskahan at gmail.com> wrote:
>>On 5/5/05, Rob Owens <hick518 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>Since I don't use Frontpage, I don't know what
>>>features it has.  And since I'm not much of a web
>>>designer, it's tough for me to pick out a good
>>>alternative by reading a list of features.  Can
>>>anybody recommend something that will make
>>>standards-compliant webpages, and that a Frontpage
>>>user would be happy using?
>>Convenient newsforge has a review of Nvu today.
> http://programming.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/04/28/1915249&from=rss
>>Brian Skahan
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In case you missed it in the suggestions, NVU does run on windows or 

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