Kendo - 1:46 am on Oct 13, 2012 (gmt 0)
In that case I feel very privileged, because I have been editing online (live) since 1998 and find doing it any other way a tedious chore.
Imagine this scenario... something is not quire right on a page with layout or script, you load the page in Microsoft Sharepoint Designer from the web site, correct the code and click "save". Then you can view the updated page in your browser straight away.
The same WYSIWYG editor can list broken links, and you can change a link and have it updated sitewise at the click of a button.
I was depressed when I started this post as I wasn't looking forward to editing any other way. Microsoft bundled Frontpage extensions with Windows Server 2000 and 2003 but dropped it in Windows Server 2008. But now there's a third party provider for Frontpage extensions. Installation is not simple and hence my frustration, but after some tips from their support, I have it up and running better than I have seen it in previous versions.
The installer and support is provided from Ready To Run Software... [rtr.com...]