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  • Lorne
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    Re: GoLive! vs Dreamweaver

    If you really must use a layout tool, then Dreamweaver is the least objectionable of the bunch.

    You can also go far with a good text editor, such as Homesite, UltraEdit, heck even OmniPad.

    TopStyle gets rave reviews if you're into CSS.

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  • eric_darling
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    Hey, 3000+ posts, Corey -- we really need to get out more, eh?

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  • Corey
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    No question, hands down Dreamweaver, for about 200 reasons. In this case I know of that which I speak. I use a combo of Dreamweaver and EditPlus for all my scripting/coding.

    Corey Milner
    Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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  • eric_darling
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    Re: GoLive! vs Dreamweaver

    Dreamweaver is the better all-around tool, particularly if you do heavy scripting or lots of Flash oriented stuff.

    I think GoLive has the edge in Photoshop/QuickTime integration, however.

    Bottom line: they're both professional tools with decent lifetime quality.

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  • Derek
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    GoLive! vs Dreamweaver

    Adobe GoLive/Macromedia Dreamweaver, anybody got any thoughts on which is better, generally?
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