Re: WYSIWYG editor for clients to use

by "Ted Temer" <temer(at)>

 Date:  Thu, 26 Apr 2001 13:21:13 -0700
 To:  "HWGBASICS" <hwg-basics(at)>
  todo: View Thread, Original

Actually, the Retail price of the full version, FrontPage 2000 stand alone,
is $149.00

However--though it's a lot harder to use, some have suggested 1st. Page by
Eversoft. Their version 2 is still freeware for download.
It allows four settings for users, depending on their experience. But--it's
a real head scratch-er till one takes the time to learn it.

But still--of all the programs we, (several of us in the Redding area), have
worked with, FrontPage is by FAR the easiest to use. And--though most don't
seem to realize this, it can be used in many different ways and with--or
without--the Extensions that seem to confuse some. (including me!!)

Contrary to popular beliefs, FP will NOT change code when used correctly.
And they have some great listserves and unlimited help.

We have talked several clients into using it and even made a few dollars on
the side as consultants to boot. NEVER had ONE SINGLE complaint from a
client. Most thought the price was quite reasonable.

Best wishes
Ted Temer
Temercraft Designs Redding, CA

> hello!
> Claris home page no longer exists!  I used to have my clients buy
> that and use to to edit text on their own web site.
> Netscape COMMUNICATER sucks rocks - we HAD it working, he upgrade and
> now all of a sudden neither him nor I can get the @(*&#$ thing  to
> upload for him.   I have the correct directory, user name and
> password and NOPE, doesn't work.  I can upload with same info from
> dreamweaver just fine!  (cant seem to find help from netscape or
> hints on what im doing wrong)
> my question is this:  I need an inexpensive, easy to use, editor like
> communicator or claris home page, that is WYSIWYG and no less, for
> people who can't do HTML.   Front Page  is like $400! Dreamweaver and
> Adobes is as well.
> thanks all
> --
> Cheryl
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