>From my understanding the new Dreamweaver MX has Homesite in it.
Dreamweaver, UltraDev and Homesite are one. I know in the install program
you can pick your interface to look like Dreamweaver, Homesite or go with
the NEW MX look. Not sure if this means you can jump back and forth between
HomeSite and Dreamweaver or not. They might have taken the best from both
and made one, Don't Know?
Mark McCulligh, Application Developer / Analyst
Sykes Canada Corporation www.SykesCanada.com
(888)225-6824 ex. 3262
"Matthew K. Gold" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> The difference between Dreamweaver and Homesite is that Homesite is easier
> customize, and it doesn't mess with your code the way that Dreamweaver
> If you're happy with Dreamweaver, you should stick with it. But if you
> more control over your code, you
> should consider switching.
> Of course, Macromedia recently bought Allaire, so who knows what the next
> version of Homesite will look like...
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Subject: [PHP] Re: Development Tools
> > For those of you using HomeSite, is it worthwhile for me to install it
> > already have DreamWeaver 4 on my PC? Someone said HomeSite is basically
> > DreamWeaver without the UI interface so I'm wondering if it's possible
> > DreamWeaver the same way I would Homesite.
> > Jesse
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