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I use FrontPage 2002 right now and I use its include feature to update my site. I am no where to be found on Google. I read somewhere that Google doesn't like FrontPage, is this true?
Fp2003 is worth upgrading to.
The best "what you see?" From what I've heard I would imagine Dreamweaver is best. But I wouldn't want to learn a new program.
I've never had a problem with FP that wasn't self inflicted in some way or another.
If you have big sites, I would spend the time to learn how to hand code your pages rather than using FrontPage. We use HomeSite which, with snippets, automates the process considerably. All changes in HomeSite are 'live' to the servers using WebDrive (with hourly, automatic dual source backups using HandyBackup). This combination allows us to immediately update dozens of sites across six different servers.
As far as FrontPage and SEO is concerned, I don't think Google has a problem with it at all. I'm more concerned about all the unnecessary, bloated code FP produces.
I'm more concerned about all the unnecessary, bloated code FP produces.
It is very simple to use FP to make validating HTML/XHTML pages without any bloat at all.
Also Frontpage in my opinion has a nicer screen veiw. I feel less cluttered, but it is still easy to navigate.