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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache has FrontPage Server Installation ?
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2003 20:09:04 GMT
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On Tuesday 16 September 2003 11:55, David wrote this in an attempt to be 
witty or informative:
> Dear Bill,
> Perhaps you are right. However, you have to agree to a certain extent
> that FrontPage is really a good starting point for most amateur web
> hobbyist. I am one. Frontpage is easy to understand and easy to use.

Wrong wrong and wrong. MOST amateur web hobbyists learned by hand coding 
(at least most of the ones I know) and deplore FP as the underlying 
HTML is b0rked beyond belief (I've seen this for myself in a page that 
I fixed up that was originally made by FP). There are many, many 
applications out there better then FP. The best (IMO) ones, in no 
particular order, are CoffeeCUP HTML Editor, <insert plain text 
editor>, and Dreamweaver (I think that's the name). Personally I use vi 
because it has syntax highlighting (as does CC HTML Editor) and an easy 
to use search function.

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