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That would be pretty aweseme wouldn't it?
.mac doesn't count, they should have included it with iWork. Call it like iSite or something. What do you think?
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Sounds like an okay-ish idea... wouldn't want it to be part of iWork though, if they were to make a apple web design software, I would probably want it to be a pro app, and run along the lines with final cut and logic.

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I think Adobe GoLive and Macromedia Dreamweaver are enough.
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I think Adobe GoLive and Macromedia Dreamweaver are enough.
I use Dreamweaver, and I really like it.. but I was just saying that if apple was to come out with a pro line web developement software I would deffinatly try it out..

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I don't see where it would be a practical idea. There are already enough well equipped apps out there.

I would think that too many people would confuse iSite and iSight though, hehe :black:

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I think a simple web-design app would be nice.

Dreamweaver and GoLive are good, but way too elaborate (and expensive) for what many people do. If Apple had something to go up head-to-head with FrontPage (which is awful, IMHO) I'd be all for it.
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at first i thought a pro app would be better, but after reading your guys suggestions a very very good simple program would probably be a lot better
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I've played with both Dreamweaver + Golive! but the WYSIWYG editor that I'm using at the moment is NVU ... I've not had a problem with it so far bit of a learning curve of course but ****ed nice app ...

Course the price tag is nice as well
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I don't really like GoLive. I hope Adobe dosen't dump Dreamweaver
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I don't really like GoLive. I hope Adobe dosen't dump Dreamweaver
Have you used CS2? CS was worse than Dreamweaver, but CS2 seriously blows it away. It is a very powerful, and very awesome web program.

I think you can expect that the lines may remain separate for a while, but eventually the best of both will be integrated into a new GoLive version. About the only special thing dreamweaver had was easy flash integration, and CS2 had that covered pretty well anyways.

If you were referring to CS though, I can understand why you'd like Dreamweaver better. Try CS2.
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I think it would be in Apple's interest to create a web design application, but I would want it to be the sort of super simple, Frontpage/Publisher type program. Something where if I needed to make an average looking page very quickly, I could. I can with GoLive CS2, but sometimes you just want something simple. I know a lot of pro. graphic designers who have both Photoshop CS2, and Photoshop Elements. Why have elements too? because it's easier to use for quick edits.
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i cannt stand go live, that is what was making the adobe suite suck was golive, so i hope that they make dream weaver the new golive and then it will be all good
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CS2 has me up for hours, that program (which I'm still learning)is kickass

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Image Tricks is good too, best thing is its free

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