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Which is better software ?

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09-06-2011, 09:45 PM
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I actually use both Dreamweaver and Microsoft Expression Web. Of the two, I prefer Dreamweaver, but both get the job done.

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09-07-2011, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Steve-Hostirian View Post
I actually use both Dreamweaver and Microsoft Expression Web. Of the two, I prefer Dreamweaver, but both get the job done.
I agree with you. Dreamweaver is very easy to use than WYSIWYG and it is user-friendly. My designers prefer use Dreamweaver than any other editor.

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I would go for Dreamweaver too although i haven't tried in length MEW

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I think dreamweaver is good because its really easy.

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06-21-2012, 05:51 AM
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Definitely Dreamweaver,

Straightforward, User Friendly. A webmaster software for everyone.

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Hello,

I never use Microsoft Expression Web. However I don't like the products of Microsoft especially after using the horrible Frontpage many years ago.

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Neither. Notpad++.

If you're serious about coding, you should get away from the WYSIWYG editors. They don't produce optimum code, and you really don't learn anything using them.

10-18-2012, 12:52 PM
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Dreamweaver 100% is better and easy to use

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Expression Web still has a long way to go in supporting open source technologies like PHP, and the software is still in its infancy when compared to Dreamweaver. So for me go for Dreamweaver.

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Dreamweaver is best

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