Steve, I like your thinking, but in my view HTML code is dead except as a transit mechanism. You can to get your structured FrameMaker content into a CMS so you spend less time in FTP/HTML updating stuff that is better handled by an automated link and document manager.
I'm looking along these lines for the websie for the consulting firm for which I work (www.dionysius.com). We're a small office that handles many different tasks, and it looks terrible that the last one on the list appears to be our website. If I find anything definitive that's not a hack, I'll let you know. --- Steve Rickaby <srickaby at wordmongers.demon.co.uk> wrote: > It occurs to me that as FrameMaker comes with an > 'out of the box' XHTML structured application, it > might be a useful tool for prototyping web content > (without any WYSIWYG) prior to export into a web > development app such as Dreamweaver. ____________________________________________________________________________________ 8:00? 8:25? 8:40? Find a flick in no time with the Yahoo! Search movie showtime shortcut. http://tools.search.yahoo.com/shortcuts/#news