Taking Microsoft Expression Web for a spin

I recently gave Microsoft Expression Web a spin while working on a new web site. I must say I was pleasantly surprised. Now I didn’t do a full test of review but did use it to create a template for the new web site using the build in templates as start. Renaming a few files and a few small tweakes where enough to have it working in VS2005 as a regular ASP.NET web site.

 

One thing I noticed was that quite a few features where very Frontpage like. Well I guess that should not be a surprise :-)

 

Certainly a product to keep an eye on.

Maurice de Beijer
 

One thought on “Taking Microsoft Expression Web for a spin

  1. I’m facing a problem in my web site while I use safari, the problem not appear on IE.

    I used Expression web 2 to create ASPX pages, based on Master page, and I don’t know where is the problem.

    CSS is just fine, I test it.

    Can you please help me?

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