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We are currently using an old 2003 version of the Microsoft Frontpage Editor, however, now I need something that supports schema microdata according to Schema.org. I am looking for a WYSIWYG HTML editor for schema microdata that meets the following criteria:

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Easy to use WYSIWYG interface with a code view also

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Supports schema microdata for product schema according to Schema.org

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Runs on Windows locally, or from a server using ASP.NET running IIS. Either option is acceptable

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Can edit existing static .HTML files directly

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Supports CSS

Every item of the criteria must be met. This is an example of how the schema for a product would be inserted by the editor in a webpage: http://schema-creator.org/product.php
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Front Page - Ugh

Editor - assume you want something free
http://www.microsoft.com/en-ie/download/details.aspx?id=36179

Rich snippets add in
http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/ExpressionWebAddIns
Though it may not be necessary, but I don't know if the current version of Expression includes the snippets bit.
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Thanks for the referrals! We are downloading expressions and going to give it a try. My web person it out until Wednesday though so I will not know if it works for several days.
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