I have successfully ran MS Frontpage 2000 for several years but now it is getting cranky and new standards dictate that I migrate to something else. I see MS Expressions Web and Adobe Dreamweaver as likely candidates for my Windows 7 64 bit environment.
Would anybody know if either one is easier to migrate to. I don't have a lot of time to fiddle with a steep learning curve and just want to manage my web sites with something more state of the art. I prefer WYSIWYG environments and am not a hard line coder.
If you have been using FP then dw will be a steep (and expensive) learning curve. On the other hand you can upgrade to Expression Web 4.0 SP2 at the upgrade price as you have fp (there are other qualifying
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