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21. Adobe GoLive CS Upgrade
list($89.95)
22. Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Upgrade
$60.00 list($49.95)
23. Web Page Construction 6.0 Deluxe
$17.89 list($49.99)
24. WebPage Designer Gold
$18.88
25. COSMI Perfect Website Creator
$26.99 $14.99 list($29.95)
26. WEB Easy 4.01
$9.97
27. INDIVIDUAL Professor Teaches How
Too low to display list($169.99)
28. Adobe GoLive CS Upgrade (Mac)
29. Easy Web Graphics Premium
$29.95
30. NAMO WebEditor 5.0
$29.99 $27.81 list($34.99)
31. Animal SiteMaker
list($480.00)
32. Adobe GoLive 4.0
$359.72 list($249.00)
33. Freeway 3.5
34. IBM NetObjects Top Page
list($149.99)
35. Namo WebEditor 5
36. Internet/Intranet Design Shop
list($59.95)
37. Web Easy Professional 4.01
list($29.00)
38. HomeSite 5.0 Commercial Upgrade
$299.99
39. Adobe Web Collection
40. Internet/intranet Design Shop

21. Adobe GoLive CS Upgrade
list price: $169.99
our price: $169.99
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Asin: B0000DC6WW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 2386
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Features

  • Work with Photoshop, Illustrator, and PDF files directly within the GoLive environment
  • Share Adobe InDesign files for true cross-media publishing across multiple devices
  • Use XML to transfer a print publication's text and image assets to GoLive
  • Create, edit, and refine sophisticated tables in a familiar drag-and-drop environment
  • True visual CSS Level 1 and Level 2 authoring and previewing give real-time style rendering and feedback

22. Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Upgrade
list price: $89.95
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Asin: B00005AFI3
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2129
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Convergence seems to be the watchword for the Microsoft FrontPage 2002Web authoring system. Every new edition becomes a bit more like the othercomponents of the Office suite, while also increasingly tying in to relatedMicrosoft products and services. This is vaguely threatening to users who wantgreater freedom to edit HTML and other code directly or who want to call all theshots on their sites' designs, but for most users the expediency of FrontPagemakes these sacrifices worthwhile or even unnoticeable.

With new templates and smart tools ("bots") to help create a wide range ofintranet and Internet pages, version 2002 is even simpler and faster to use thanits predecessors. Users can draw with PowerPoint tools, drag and drop livecontent, and create photo galleries with a few mouse clicks. Publishing isincredibly easy. Beginners will love the wizards, and will find Web authoringmuch easier than expected.

Why do so many people have problems with FrontPage? The main complaint is thatthe output, which tends to be flabby and difficult to parse, can't be edited bythe user and is difficult to run on non-Microsoft servers. This is a problem forthose who've gone beyond using wizards and templates to create their pages, butmany other users are content with the results. The automatic direction toMicrosoft-related services is also somewhat troubling--it would be nice, ifunrealistic, for users to have easier access to the wide range of servers ande-commerce providers available.

Still, for Webbies with fairly simple needs and no desire to spend monthslearning the ins and outs of HTML and XML, FrontPage 2002 is most likely the wayto go. --Rob Lightner ... Read more

Reviews (127)

1-0 out of 5 stars Better off with ground meat... literally...
I started off with FrontPage 97... and gradually worked up to FrontPage 2002.I used to think FrontPage was a godsend, boy was I wrong.Things only work if using MS Internet Explorer for a browser, or just plain doesn't work if your ISP doesn't support it's extensions.

I now use Macromedia Dreamweaver. However, between using FrontPage and being able to afford Dreamweaver, I used a nice product by some folks with a funny name. A product named "HotDog Pro" made by Sausage Software!Funny tho it may be, their software is nothing to laugh at!It is a GREAT product, and costs A LOT LESS than MS FrontPage!

http://www.sausage.com/products.html

4-0 out of 5 stars Front Page put me in the web business
I read some of these reviews and I must say that 2002 is so deep I think I feel into a hole.As far as the software being difficult, I spent considerable time in the library with some great books.I also bought some books, visual being the best and worked with the software.I took my first order for a web site while I was still learning and let me tell you forms just beat the living hell out of me.What I did was to look at some of the preformed pages of front page and looked at the html andlearned how to use tables with forms and learned even more.

I use front page every day with my ebay items and it is a very professional presentation.

What a wonderful powerful program.I literally have no problem with this program.I don't use the microsoft templates anymore as I make my own using microsoft photodraw v2.

Someday I guess, as I get better I will take some courses in dreamweaver, which I understand is difficult.But Microsoft Front Page 2002 was a piece of software that I was able to challanage myself.Truthfully it is maybe 100 hours of learning and practice, but it is well worth it.

Good job Microsoft, hey, did I say that?In the end if you buy this and think it will be an easy learn, forget it.It is web design.Difficulty is moderate, but you must focus and practice to learn this software.

Take command and get and learn front page, find a good host and boom you are in with a professional website for your business.

1-0 out of 5 stars This software does not work
Quite simply this software does not work, and I've been using other versions of FrontPage since it first came out--check out the Microsoft web site--they have loads of 'fixes' for this software.None of the web component functions work, and neither does shared borders.I can't imagine that they would continue to sell this.

1-0 out of 5 stars This software does not work
Quite simply this software does not work, and I've been using other versions of FrontPage since it first came out--check out the Microsoft web site--they have loads of 'fixes' for this software.None of the web component functions work, and neither does shared borders.I can't imagine that they would continue to sell this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Flabby non-standards compliant code
If you want to produce standards compliant code that will work with multile servers and browsers then stare clear of FrontPage. Try Homesite or if you have the money DreamWeaver. ... Read more


23. Web Page Construction 6.0 Deluxe
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00004TFIZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Ingram Micro
Sales Rank: 6353
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars The best part of this package is WebExpress 4
I like this package but the crown jewel is definately Microvision's WebExpress 4 which is bundled as part of the package. This is one of the best HTML programs that I have ever used and offers excellent site management capabilities. If you are looking for a top quality but affordable program, you can't go wrong with this. The rest of the programs aren't as good but WebExpress makes up for it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but Buggy
I've used several webbuiilders , everything from Adobe to Frontpage and found that Web Page Construction in the easiest to use. Quickly make buttons and layout and your on your way, but, I've found that it crashes for no reason from time to time Plus you have to copy and past from the menu bar. Yet, i still think it's one of the best out there for people just starting out on the web.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy AND Helpful
I loved Web Page Construction Delux! It was so easy ( even for a computer illiterate like me ).I was able to build a stylish,professional looking web page in a weekend and I actually had fun doing it.This is a very good program and I recomend it to anyone looking for a fun and easy way to build a great first web page. ... Read more


24. WebPage Designer Gold
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00009J5TX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Avanquest
Sales Rank: 6430
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Features

  • Comprehensive Web site creation and publishing program
  • Create your own unique Web site
  • Supports dynamic HTML, Visual ASP, stylesheets and banners
  • Also supports page-hits statistics, XML compliancy, and script wizards

25. COSMI Perfect Website Creator ( Windows )

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Asin: B0007DFLWW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Cosmi
Sales Rank: 758
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Features

  • Add drop-shadow and mouseover effects, text and images
  • Work with a multitude of graphics textures, animations, backgrounds and button effects
  • Image Creator lets you make your own images
  • Convert automatically to HTML and JavaScript
  • Turn any design into HTML with a single click - then publish to your own website using the integrated FTP function

26. WEB Easy 4.01
list price: $29.95
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0000655ZJ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: V-Communications
Sales Rank: 2146
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Web Easy V 4.0
This software was a complete disappointment for me. From the package is look like it had some great tools. One major problem, if you want to edit existing web pages, DON'T buy this software. You can not edit existing pages. They must be made in web easy. This issue proved to be a major issue as I bought this software to to edit existing pages I had already made.

1-0 out of 5 stars A complete waste of money
A complete waste of money.

This program only works as advertised if you agree to store you website on the company's server for a mere [charge] a month. The ability to store your page on for example geocities is possible, but after 2 hours I sure couldn't figure out how to make it work.

The program itself is sloppy. User interface screens have incomplete text, unaligned buttons.

When I returned it to the store, they didn't hesitate to give me my money back, because the employee himself had returned his copy as well!

If I had the option to give this product zero stars I would have.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Support
I purchased this hoping it would help me set up an initial front for my business. The packaging indicated that I could download the store front piece and have my web sight up 'easy'. You could not download the software you had to call and order it and when I received my order, it was the same Web Easy software I had already purchased. I was very unhappy and went out and bought MS Publisher which I LOVE! ... Read more


27. INDIVIDUAL Professor Teaches How To Create Web Pages ( Windows )

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Asin: B0006TIEYO
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Individual
Sales Rank: 6646
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Features

  • Learn basic HTML coding and work with multiple templates for Web design
  • Add hyperlinks, tables and multi-colored fonts
  • Use animation and create rollovers for your navigation buttons
  • Advanced visual lessons show you basic Web design in no time

28. Adobe GoLive CS Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $169.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000DC6ON
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 1204
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Work with Photoshop, Illustrator, and PDF files directly within the GoLive environment
  • Share Adobe InDesign files for true cross-media publishing across multiple devices
  • Use XML to transfer a print publication's text and image assets to GoLive
  • Create, edit, and refine sophisticated tables in a familiar drag-and-drop environment
  • True visual CSS Level 1 and Level 2 authoring and previewing give real-time style rendering and feedback

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars very disappointing upgrade!
I'm a GoLive user from way back, when the product was called CyberStudio and the company that wrote it was called GoLive (before Adobe bought them out). GoLive got me through my early days of web design, when I wasn't interested in learning html code, and I got some pretty good, basic interactive web sites published. The previous version (6) was quite good, but for me has some toolbar display glitches that were never fixed, and pretty lame CSS (cascading style sheet) support. As a loyal Adobe customer (I mean sucker), I forked out the steep one-seventy for this upgrade CS version of GoLive, hoping to be free of those version 6 display glitches and to be able to use CSS as I have been doing in other sites using Dreamweaver MX. Well, after installing the GoLive CS upgrade I am extremely disappointed with this release. Not only are there currently a miriad of other display glitches, problems updating earlier version site files, code errors, slow freezes, crashes and other bugs, which Adobe have yet to fix, I find their new CSS features to be overly complex. Despite what the Adobe marketing hype says, the Layout View does not always display CSS styles as they will look in a web browser, which leads to even more frustration and confusion when trying to style a page.

If you're using GL6, and want to upgrade, at least wait for the bug-fixing 7.01, but also check indendent product reviews first, such as MacWorld's Feb 04 review, and the Adobe GoLive user discussions page (www.adobeforums.com) to see what problems other people are having. If you are looking for a new 'wysiwyg' web layout program, go with Macromedia's Dreamweaver instead. I'm a total convert, and their Contribute program is excellent software that your clients can use to update and maintain their own sites.

Macworld Buying advice summary (of this CS version) says... But while the program offers many advanced features for bulding and managing web sites, it's lackluster support for current CSS techniques and its sometimes complex and overwhelming interface are serious drawbacks."

Other Adobe CS apps like Illustrator and Photoshp are remarkable, refined products. GoLive CS Upgrade is a dud, right out of the box. I call it the GoDead Downgrade!

Amazon can I get my money back? Anyone want a used copy?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for dynamic, fresh web design on multiple platforms
I have tried both Macromedia Dreamweaver and Adobe Golive and until Golive CS, I considered Dreamweaver to be superior. Now after using the latest versions of each product, I would have to favor Golive CS. It is quite simply every bit as powerful as dreaweaver and in some cases, far more powerful ( ie: the built in development capability for mobile device platforms ) I never would have given a Smart Phone compatible site a second thought - until Golive CS ( it just seems so easy now ). As an HTML coder, I am surprised to see that Golive codes pretty well. Very clean. However, I feel that Dreamweaver at least matches it in this regard and perhaps is even a cleaner coder as far as table generation goes when using the layers ( Dreamweaver's version of Golive's grid ). Other than in this one area, however, they both appear to code equally cleanly. It is the Smart Objects in Golive and particularly the integration with Photoshop that sold me. Sure, Dreamweaver will allow the addition of much of the same content, but certainly not as fast and it seems a little bit easier to place the content right where you need it to be with Golive. All in all, Golive and Dreamweaver run neck and neck, but the mobile features, Smart Objects and integration with superior graphics software seals the deal for me. The ability to change between a photoshop style interface and standard interface is a huge improvement as well.

1-0 out of 5 stars WHOA! They forgot something
I've been using GoLive since it was called Cyberstudio and owned by another company. I therefore rushed to buy this update and was utterly shocked when I got home.

GoLiveCS does not have the built in support for dynamic content that was in the previous version (6.0). The PHP/Mysql/asp interface for creating database driven websites is totally gone! Apparently Adobe thought no one was using it so they axed it. Let me tell you, as one of the ones who was using it, this has rendered this "upgrade" into a "downgrade" that I would never have bought had I known. Unfortunately, neither the store I bought it at nor Adobe will refund my money.

I've gone back to 6.0. I'm hoping a third-party vendor creates a PHP/MYSQL plug-in that I can use, or I might just have to switch to dreamweaver. You can also check the Adobe forums on their website for more details about the "loss" in this upgrade. ... Read more


29. Easy Web Graphics Premium

Asin: B0000668GB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Net Studio
Sales Rank: 8459
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for Non-Designer Needing Web Graphics
I bought this after having struggled through trying to figure out how to use Photoshop Elements. I'm not a graphic designer. I'm a small business owner building my first Web site and I needed buttons (e.g., close window, next) and headings/banners (e.g., What's New, Take the Tour, Sign Up Now).

This program has been a god send relative to trying to figure out something like Photoshop Elements, which clearly is intended for people who are or have had training to be a designer. This program has many wizards to walk you through the common tasks (e.g., create a button, create a banner) or you can create your own (which I've found to be better for my needs). You can create some very slick, professional looking stuff (with shadows, embossed look, gradient images) with the same click-and-point ease of creating a PowerPoint presentation or the like, and the output is automatically optimized for the Web.

So why did I rate it a 4? A few annoyances...you can't group objects so if you decide you need to move a graphic box with several lines of text over a few inches, you have to move each object individually. And it doesn't have the very common aligning features (where you click several objects and click an option to automatically aline their edges or center). So everything must be done by eye on screen, and each object one at a time. And if you create one object/series of objects, save it and then want to add it to another item (like a menu bar), it doesn't treat them like a single graphic but imports them in as individual objects, creating even more challenges in trying to move them into position, etc.

Overall, though, it's an easy program that enables you to create basic, professional-looking graphics for the Web, ideal for the novice/professional without a design background. I use it frequently, in spite of its annoyances. ... Read more


30. NAMO WebEditor 5.0

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Asin: B00007MALX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Namo
Sales Rank: 3661
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Namo WebEditor gives you the tools you need to build and manage a professional-looking Web site, all in a single package. Beginners and advanced users alike will appreciate Namo WebEditor's design and script templates, site resource-management features, integrated graphics features, and more.

Key features include a full WYSIWYG editing environment, automatic creation of layout tables, powerful JavaScript actions and events, a flexible wizard for database-driven pages, and drag-and-drop site layout. Also included are dynamic navigation bars and trees, instant report generation, integrated resource management, editable themes, editable vector graphics elements, image touch-up and manipulation tools, an image slicer, and a photo album creator. ... Read more

Features

  • Design and build your own Website in a full WYSIWYG editing environment
  • Automatically create tables & reports with drag-and-drop layout tools
  • Include powerful JavaScript actions and events for interactive sites
  • Add themes, smart buttons, and photo albums with automatic thumbnails
  • Easy-to-use image touch-up & manipulation tools

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Important Money Saving Info
If you're interested in NAMO WebEditor 5.0, consider that Namo is offering a free upgrade to WebEditor 5.5 to those that have purchased 5.0. The upgrade comes in the form of a downloadable patch available on the Namo web page. Go to: www.namo.com/products/webeditor/
Save money, 5.5 is more expensive than 5.0.

3-0 out of 5 stars Namo WebEditor is Great, but get new version 5.5
Overall, Namo WebEditor version 5.5 is amoung the best available. However, don't bother with version 5. It has bugs, and is missing many of the great features in version 5.5. Also, the price is nearly the same. Please see my review of version 5.5.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the overall Frontpage 2002 Killer
I was a loyal user of Frontpage. Yeah I used Frontpage 2002 a lot before. But I found this great software: NAMO accidently during web surfing.

NAMO completely blows Frontpage 2002 away. Bye bye frontpage. You only pay less than 1/3 price of Frontpage, but you get far more superior, 300% more powerful, reliable and elegant web editor.

Yeah I don't see any reason for Frontpage 2002 to exist.

2-0 out of 5 stars I REALLY wanted to like this editor
Especially when it was priced so cheap. My problems started when I actually tried to use it.

The site functions are potentially really nice, but I found that there were too many missing pieces that made it frustrating. For example; I wanted to apply a style sheet to the site, but I found no way to apply it to the entire site. Instead I had to go through each page and set the style sheet. There were several cases where making a change that should be capable of propogating through the site structure don't.

The last straw was when I tried to setup a horizonal under a navigation bar. I wanted to put them close by using the break tag instead of a paragraph. If I went from the source tab to the preview it looked fine, but each time I went back to the edit tab the application insisted on inserting a paragraph tag.

This editor has great potential, and if you can live with the supplied templates I'm sure it would work fine. If you have a design in mind you may find it frustrating as I did.

I have no other product to recommend because I have found something irritating in each other product I've tried.

5-0 out of 5 stars Goodbye FrontPage
Say goodbye to FrontPage when you can get all the functionality right here. Don't worry about FrontPage extensions anymore. Namo has everything in one package - create your page, FTP your work and you are published! Highly recommend. ... Read more


31. Animal SiteMaker
list price: $34.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00030IEJQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Animal Inc.
Sales Rank: 5573
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Features

  • The easiest way to to create and maintain a website
  • Create a high quaility website in minutes
  • Click, drag, and drop – no programming required
  • Choose from more than 50 customizable design templates
  • Get online instantly - Includes one month free hosting

32. Adobe GoLive 4.0
list price: $480.00
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Asin: B000020625
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 7635
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The complexity of building contemporary Web sites demands tools that are up to the task. Adobe's GoLive, now up to version 4.0.1, is an easy yet robust tool for designing and editing a modernsite with all appreciated additions.

As one would expect from Adobe,the documentation is clear and concise, and the interface adheres tothe Macintosh standards that we all know. However, plenty of toolpalettes and information windows make working on a one-monitor systemwith a screen resolution of 1024 by 768 or less seem cramped. A higherresolution screen or a dual-monitor system makes life easier.

GoLivehas some outstanding features, though, that set it apart from similartools. For those using Dynamic HTML for animation, the timeline windowand keyframe features are outstanding. Both position and stacking orderof floating objects can be animated, and a floating object can begraphics or text. The record feature records motion on the fly,creating keyframes as needed, until the mouse button is released. Thisworks well for creating complex animation, and saves the trouble ofcreating keyframes manually.

The grid and rulers features are handywhen laying out artwork, and the color palette uses eight differentpalette types for color selection.

In addition to DHTML, GoLive fullysupports Java, JavaScript, XML, cascading style sheets, and ActiveServer Pages. Adding features like mouseovers and menu navigationsystems takes little effort.

An integrated QuickTime editor is usedfor importing QuickTime movies and adding special effects, audiotracks, HREF links, text, and sprite tracks. Many of these are powerfulQuickTime features that aren't exploited enough, and just the kind ofthing that are perfect for the Web. It's nice to see them integratedinto a Web design tool.

Adobe has designed almost everything inGoLive to use a drag-and-drop method, and once the learning curve isclimbed (not a steep hill), the Web designer is free to focus on thereally hard part--good design. Although there are numerous templatesand frame sets to start off with, good design is still the hardest partof creation. --Mike Caputo ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The best web design and development tool
Up to version 3, only macintosh users could appreciate how great this software is. With version 4, GoLive is now a cross platform application. It is the best in the market. I have tried them all, including it's biggest rival, Dreamweaver. The latter would have been the best if golive wasn't there. Designing your page for any platform is true WYSIWYG. CSS creation is a snap, and animation with DHTML is so easy, you won't know why you didn't use golive before. There is even a QuickTime editor built into it. Buy it and become productive. best spent $. Gurenteed. ... Read more


33. Freeway 3.5
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B0000641DB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Softpress Systems
Sales Rank: 9116
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Freeway Rocks!
Freeway 3.5 is super great! I'm an artist who was tired of pestering my web designer to update my site...and got tired of paying for it too...I have a decent design sense, so I did some research and found Freeway. I now do the website for the architectural firm I work at too. It really is super intuitive! There were a few bumps along the way...but overall I'm thrilled. Email the company that writes the program softpress.com to see if they have any online user group coupons to get the program cheaper! : ) ... Read more


34. IBM NetObjects Top Page

Asin: B00002S9RI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 9213
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for selling online.
I use this for selling online. It is so great because you can use the Find and Replace function (CTRL H) in an instant within the HTML view window. This makes for easy image changing. I have found nothing else better for my own applications. I have also built a few websites with it. It is very user friendly and I would even recommend it to beginners.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ideal tool for simple web sites
... It's simple, flexible and capable. It provides an easy WYSIWYG editing view, an HTML editing view and a live preview view. Uploads are easy. It works well with frames. It has a limited range of stock graphics and the documentation is poor, but these are minor gripes compared with the pleasure of finding a clean, simple web page management tool.

5-0 out of 5 stars Intuitive Software for Max Results
IBM TopPage is the future of HTML coding! What I used to spend hours doing in VB Studio, I can do in a few minutes with Top Page.

Top Page's many built in features make using it a breeze. And the quality is what stands out: outstanding graphics control, linking without writing a line of code, and the animation effects are imbedded without you doing anything! Style sheet handling is taken care of without all the frames being static, and unchangeable. I can't begin to outline how much time this program saves me in creating complex web pages.

Top Page provides online and Tutorial help which keeps you from having to buy a companion book, which is excellent! I am recommending Top Page to all the beginning HTML programmers I know, as well as the seasoned pros.

1-0 out of 5 stars IBM Top Page not ready for primetime!
As a user of Frontpage I decided to try Top Page and see how it did. The first thing I noticed was the box was empty excpt for a loan CD. NO documentation is included. It is discovery learning at its worst. I hope they don't think that it isn't necessary because the program is so intutive you don't need it. If they did, Wrong Again! Don't bother to talk to IBM about it. They know what is best for you is the attitude you get. ... Read more


35. Namo WebEditor 5
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005TP3T
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Jasc Inc.
Sales Rank: 3787
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're a Web professional or you're creating your first Web page, Namo WebEditor 5 provides the tool kit you need to design, build, manage, and publish professional-quality Web sites in less time and with cutting-edge results. Advanced page-creation tools include a full WYSIWYG editing environment, automatic creation of layout tables, JavaScript actions and events, and a flexible wizard. Easily view and modify Web documents without opening a dialog box. Supported page elements include tables, table cells, table rows, images, layers, and more.

Design tools feature editable, site-wide design templates and graphic elements, image touch-up and manipulation tools, and photo albums with automatic thumbnails. Flash buttons make inserting and editing Flash files a breeze. The program's image slicer lets you divide an image into several pieces so you can export it to an HTML file. You can save slices as GIF, JPG, or PNG files. You can also import Adobe Photoshop native-format (PSD) files.

Site-management tools include drag-and-drop site layout, instant report generation, and an integrated resource manager. The new resource manager offers a repository for resources such as document templates, clip art, color sets, smart buttons, themes, table styles, and more. In addition to these resources, you can add your own or create and expand your zip archives. ... Read more

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use!
I have tried to build a web site with many different programs from FrontPage, cool web page, Dreamweaver and netobjects fusiion and nothing has been easier to use then Namo. I was able to layout a page in no time and make it look the way I wanted. ... . It even comes with some really nice buttons, banners, to add some spice to your site.

Namo has a demo on the site that shows you how the program works and by watching that I learned mostly everything I needed to use the program.

The only problem I've had so far is getting the smart buttons sot show on the site once the site is uploaded. But I have only used the program for a few days so it may be something I did or didn't do. I am using the trial version and I am going to buy the full version.

This is a cross between dreamweavers power and the ease of use of lower end programs without being lame.

I am not a web developer and I am a newbie at web desing.

5-0 out of 5 stars A balance of power & simplicity
My first experience with the web in 1995 hooked me. Within a year I was fumbling around trying to make a web page. After failing in my attempt at raw-coding HTML, I ran across Netscape Composer. Netscape's rudimentary WYSWYG web page maker allowed me to gain the knowledge to create my first web page. Since then, I've experimented with Symantec Visual Cafe, Adobe Page Mill, Microsoft FrontPage, MacroMedia DreamWeaver and Adobe GoLive. I've learned a few things along the way. At some point in time you have to have a basic understanding of HTML code, even if you choose not to create web pages by hand coding. Creating web pages is a bit more complicated than doing a flyer, brochure or other graphic design layout. You have to ensure that the code that is produced is compatable across a wide range of operating systems and browsers that make up the internet.

Given the above, I'd like to add my endorsement of Namo WebEditor. First of all, the fact that this product is distributed by JASC says a lot. JASC has a knack at offering software that is powerful, easy to use, and low priced. Namo WebEditor fits all this criteria. Whether you are an average user, or a serious designer, Namo WebEditor is all you need. I'd rate it higher than DreamWeaver. And, unless you're in a big project, multi-developer, environment Namo WebEditor probably surpasses Adobe GoLive. If you are a novice, any web editing WYSWYG software has a learning curve. FrontPage is probably the easiest to learn, but in my opinion, Namo is no more difficult to learn than FrontPage. If you are a novice, you definitely want to buy the boxed version of Name WebEditor to take advantage of the printed manual. Namo WebEditor allows full web site management - from managing your web site to full FTP capabilities. I've also discovered that Namo WebEditor probably writes the cleanest code of all the web authoring programs available. This is important for ensuring fast-loading web pages that are compatable in the most popular browsers. To sum this review up, Namo WebEditor is powerful, feature rich, and serious web authoring software. If you're looking for WYSWYG web authoring, save yourself some money, save the trouble of searching the gamut of available products. Get Namo WebEditor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the bunch...
At least for most. This program is so wonderfully discoverable. I would not call it simple for the beginner... but an excellent entry point to serious web building for the beginner. The program is expandable to the know-how of the advanced user, and definitely a scary challenger for the high-end/expensive big boys. I have explored Dreamweaver, Frontpage, GoLive, Bonfire, etc... and my favorite pick is, and will most likely remain, this affordable gem.

5-0 out of 5 stars Go for it!
After extensive research, I selected Namo for its features and low price. Reading reviews from download.com, I almost purchased MS frontpage or macromedia's dreamweaver. But, I tried them all first by downloading trial versions and found that Namo is the best value. ...

5-0 out of 5 stars GO NAMO INTERACTION!
I'd like to say that this program is really easy to use once you get to know how. It has many features that not many of other programs has. And the other thing i wanted to say is that this program is originally from South Korea. And Jasc Inc. translated it to fit in English computers. I used Namo WebEditor when I was in Korea too. I have the 4.0 version but because I have a Dell computer now it doesn't work. ... Read more


36. Internet/Intranet Design Shop

Asin: B00002SAOR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: BOOMERANG SOFTWARE INC
Sales Rank: 9790
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Amazon.com Product Description

This most comprehensive Web site creation, management, and publishing program for Windows features a drag-and-drop frame generator, site manager, navigation bar generator, graphic editor, GIF animator, and more. ... Read more


37. Web Easy Professional 4.01
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B0000655ZK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: V Communications
Sales Rank: 6050
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Easy, but not professional
I've been using web easy for 3 years now, and I have to say that overall I like this product. Some of the complaints of other users I have not found to be a problem. You can write your own meta tag descriptions, including titles to pgs, description of web site and key words. Search engine crawlers DO stop at web easy sites. It does have many advanced features, which I am still discovering. But here are the drawbacks. First, you cannot import HTML files into the program. This can be a bummer if you find a template for sale or for free on the interenet that you really want to use. Instead, you have to save the template then open it up from web easy and piece it back together again as a drag and drop. Once you have it pieced back together you can save it as a template and use it for all of your pgs. Second, the program limits how long the titles of your pgs can be. If you want to lengthen your titles, build your site, then open it using Microsoft Exporer and click on view/source and change the title in the HTML and save your changes. It's not really that hard. Third, the URLS of the different pgs are always 001.htm, 002.htm, 003.htm and forth. The program cannot change this. If you want to change it tou have to do it directly in the HTML by openning it up in Microsoft Explorer and changing the HTML. It takes for ever to change the URLS that way. But I have found many ways around it's defects, and am able to build some pretty decent looking sites with it. For under $..., it really is a good deal. It is ideal for a beginner, particularly. The next step up is WebEditor 5.5 and it costs $..., almost 2x the amount.

2-0 out of 5 stars Wish I knew then what I know now!
I bought Web Easy Pro without knowing anything about web site design. Web Easy taught my quite a bit. for all I learned I wont' get my $... back for what I paid. Text blocks will publish as GIF, Then right when you think you have finally published a working site, the thing looks like ..... Then you have to juggle things through trial and error, then you might have it. Then it will pick an arbitrary page and make it your home page.

Web spiders don't even stop by Web Easy pages, thats gotta hurt business!!! Oh, and for a kick if you use meta tags, Web Easy uses its' own instead of yours.

1-0 out of 5 stars Web Easy Professional
I bought this software because it said you didn't need to know HTML, and that it was for "Professional" websites. I feel that it is misleading.

If you want to make a small, simple website with some blinking graphics and a few easy links, then this program is ok. If you want to make anything more complicated, then get something else or learn HTML and website design so you know what all the "features" they don't explain are for.

The documentation that comes with the software is only for the simple features. You have to go online to get any substantial help, and then it really isn't that thorough. You do need to know something about HTML.

I finally got a website designed after reading the documentation that came with the program (several times to see if I was missing anything), consulting the online support several times, and using two HTML reference books, and lots of trial and error.

Yes, this program has lots of advanced features, but it doesn't tell you how to use them, or at most, you must really dig to find the info.

If I seem to be rambling it's because I just got done creating the web site and I feel tired, frustrated, and lied to.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, easy to use.
I tried several web page software products before I found Web Easy, and this is by far the best, most robust, and easiest to use product in this price range.

Features I Liked:

1. Intuitive design and layout of the editor.
2. WYSIWYG, Drag and Drop simplicity. This really is WYSIWYG. Just drag and drop some clipart on the page editor. Type in some text and drag it to where you want it. They stay right where you put them! Amazing! No fussing with tables or layouts.
3. Dynamic HTML: Rollovers, page transitions, dynamic links, animations, etc. are all a snap. Most of the work is already done for you behind the scenes.
4. Link editor: Whether your linking all your pages together, linking to other web sites, or linking to a custom script - you can do it all with just a few clicks of the mouse.
5. One button preview. Just press a button and see and test your website right on your own computer.

Features I didn't like:

NONE! Go buy it - you won't be sorry! ... Read more


38. HomeSite 5.0 Commercial Upgrade
list price: $29.00
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Asin: B00005TZTY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 4348
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Formerly owned by Allaire, Macromedia's HomeSite 5.0 is often referred to as the Web editor for hand coders. With this latest release, Macromedia proves that it is more than capable of providing this spectacular Web site editor with a very inviting new home.

If you've used HomeSite before, not much has changed with regard to installation and startup. If you've never used the program before, you might want to either flip through the resourceful handbook or check out the long list of help references in the left-hand column. One topic that caught our eye was "Learn HTML and CSS," which is a rather in-depth tutorial for those who are just getting started with the language or who just need a refresher course. These online courses take about a half-hour to complete.

For new users and old hands alike, HomeSite 5.0 offers some very compelling new features, including XHTML support. Macromedia has also worked hard to improve code validation for many languages, including HTML, JSP, CFML, and more. Checking your code for errors is as simple as hitting Shift + F6, a big improvement over the days of scrutinizing code and straining your eyes in search of missing tags. Another important improvement is the new Secondary Files tab, which lets you access multiple files at once, making it much easier and faster to incorporate remote files into your HomeSite project. In addition, Macromedia has included an Auto Backup feature, designed to save your work as often as you decide is necessary.

Macromedia's acquisition of HomeSite has also resulted in better integration with Fireworks and Dreamweaver, their signature Web design and development products. In addition, you can now edit files that are included within your code, without having to open that file in a separate program.

The only pet peeve we have about HomeSite is this: HomeSite automatically inserts the proper end tag to correspond with whatever start tag you write. However, if you erase the start tag, HomeSite will not automatically erase the corresponding end tag, which often results in bad code. Not an earth-shattering flaw, but a small, needed improvement to an otherwise outstanding product. --Gisele Toueg ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Handcoders Rule, Homesite Is the One
Forget WYSIWYG editors.Dump your FrontPage and DreamWeaver.

Does a REAL artist use paint by numbers kits?NOPE.They learn how to do it by experience and knowlege.The RIGHT way.

Do yourself a favor.Learn to code.Get Homesite.Become a true professional.

5-0 out of 5 stars best tool out there
with homesite5, macromedia/allaire got rid of most of the bugs in homesite 4.5 and replaced them with new bugs for us developers to find and love. and yet with all the bugs that comes with it, its still the best hand coding tool for web developers out there and i wouldnt trade it for anything else (except maybe a bug free version of homesite :). i give it 3 thumbs up! ... Read more


39. Adobe Web Collection

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Asin: B00002S5VP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 11028
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Software You can rely on...(especially non-geeks)
Designer of graphics will agree; nothing is more time consuming than having to learn tons of programming when all You want to do is make a web site... Here is where Adobe has scored big: They have managed to make a greatly intuitive tool for artists. WYSIWYG has a new meaning; none of the frustrating dealing with , heck!, all You have to do is drag and drop...soooo easy, so neat! I will never again be able to live without... ... Read more


40. Internet/intranet Design Shop

Asin: B000059OQD
Catlog: Software
Publisher: BOOMERANG SOFTWARE INC
Sales Rank: 10427
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