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RE: Best tools for accessible design?

From: Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo <sinarmaya@retemail.es>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 22:21:20 +0200
To: "Charles F. Munat" <chas@munat.com>, "'Kristi R Schueler/NONFS/USDAFS'" <kschueler@fs.fed.us>, <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <LPBBIBHMFONPBODMLDAOGEFCCMAA.sinarmaya@retemail.es>
I agree with you, Charles F. Munat, I use HomeSite for years. The program
respects what is made without adding nothing else.

There is another program that I like it a lot, it is respectful, and you can
create buttons for the functions and tags that you wants. It is also free, I
correct, it is "careware"
Their name is Arachnophilia and it can be in:

Emmanuelle Gutiérrez y Restrepo
E-mail: coordina@sidar.org <mailto:coordina@sidar.org>

-----Mensaje original-----
De: w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org [mailto:w3c-wai-ig-request@w3.org]En
nombre de Charles F. Munat
Enviado el: lunes, 23 de octubre de 2000 20:40
Para: 'Kristi R Schueler/NONFS/USDAFS'; w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Asunto: RE: Best tools for accessible design?

I highly recommend Allaire's HomeSite 4.5, possibly combined with Adobe's
Dreamweaver. I use it without Dreamweaver (which is quite expensive), but I
know many good developers who love Dreamweaver.

HomeSite puts the emphasis on hand-coding (while greatly easing the task),
but also offers a WYSIWYG mode. Haven't tried it, but you can download a
30-day trial version from Allaire and try it yourself.


I've tried many other authoring tools - including HotMetal Pro, FrontPage,
Dreamweaver, PageMill, and more - and I think that HomeSite is head and
shoulders above them all.

Charles F. Munat,
Seattle, Washington
Received on Monday, 23 October 2000 16:23:45 UTC

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