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Hi,

I manage a school library and would love to create a web site as a part of our school's home page. My district requires that I design the site using FrontPage, but I have a Mac at home. I currently do not have access to school computers, so I need web design software that best emulates FrontPage or will allow me to save in that format. I know that if I design in iWeb I can tweak my site in FrontPage but having no regular access to the program, I can't correct any bugs or see what my finished site will look like. Any ideas for a workaround besides Bootcamp?

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Laura
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Sorry, they're vastly different. However, you can install Windows either via Boot Camp or Parallels and use FrontPage directly that way.

By the way, Front Page generates horrible code- is there any chance of talking your district out of that as it generates very non-compliant "spaghetti"-like code?
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DreamWeaver >_>?
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Karudzo,

Believe me...I wish my district would step into the 21st century. We don't even have a current version of FrontPage on our school computers

Thanks for the tips to all who replied. I think I might just try Rapidweaver and hope for the best.

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