Nah, it wasn't the program, it was the user. It was the user who didn't know any better and used the WYSIWYG interface without knowing what it was doing when they clicked on a button to style something or insert something into the page, etc. The program will still do that today because it is designed to be a true WYSIWYG program that is based on legacy coding standards.
Actually, FP has always been a useful tool. I always recommend it those who are accustomed to a Windows/Office environment as it looks and functions just like Word on steroids.
Users of Microsoft Office products will appreciate the familiar interface and seamless integration of FrontPage with other Office products.
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