FrontPage is one of the most popular HTML editors on the market.
FrontPage is one of the most popular HTML editors on the market. There are several reasons for this:
The price is relatively low when compared to Dreamweaver or many other editors.
Its MS Office interface will be familiar to many people.
It has a powerful spell checker and other proofing tools.
It integrates with Office products like Word.
Just like every tool, FrontPage does have its weaknesses:
The default template you use when starting a new web page is not compliant with HTML standards (more on this below).
Changing an element's properties can sometimes take several steps.
Some basic accessibility features must still be added manually (more on this below).
Despite some of these shortcomings, it is definitely possible to create accessible web pages in FrontPage, often without leaving the WYSIWYG environment.
New Accessibility Features in FrontPage 2003
Improved XHTML support
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