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Adobe PageMill - Stuck


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Believe it or not, I am still using Adobe PageMill for doing all of my web pages on my PowerPC 7500. I have an iMac running system 10.4.11 and would desperately like to switch over to using the iMac. PageMill is so user friendly it has kept me stuck in the past. What is out there that is similar to to this software in ease of use and design flexibility that allows easy access to the page code. Adobe GoLive is so complicated it is frustrating and iWeb is confusing without any manual. I know just enough html code to make useful changes to my pages when necessary.
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