Sally_Stitts - 1:42 am on Mar 7, 2012 (gmt 0)
Yes, Mac. I've never heard of Homesite before. After chasing it on the net for a few hours, I see that it was (and still is) HIGHLY thought of. I would live to try it. I put a lot of stock in "word-of-mouth" reports.
However, after telling Google to search for "download homesite for Mac -pc", all I get is PC stuff. I even tried my old Limewire and Transmission, which no longer function. The pc version can still be purchased from Adobe, but the Mac version was killed in 2009.
I have tried Dreamweaver, but it is so slow, bloated, and unintuitive, you would think it was an MS app. I hate it.
To really highlight my late-adapter personality, I still LOVE Claris Homepage from 1997. Fast, elegant and reliable, I have found a workaround for all of its screwy hiccups. I feel that nothing as elegant has been created since. I can create web pages with the stream of my consciousness - totally uninterrupted by wondering what to do, or how to do it.
It sounds like Homesite would perfectly compliment it. My quest continues. I know it is sitting out there somewhere, waiting for me to find it. I need to update my find-and-retrieve skills, unused for years.