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Upgrading from PageMill 3 to ???

Upgrading from PageMill 3 to ???

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Has anyone any experience in upgrading to another editor from Pagemill?  My site was created in Pagemill 3.0. It now has over 500 webpages, and thousands of graphics. I would like to edit the site, and use more modern tools. Does anyone know of a good upgrade path? I've tried several software packages, but they all require that you build from scratch... rather than opening or importing an existing site.

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RE: Upgrading from PageMill 3 to ???

Hi, nabataea,

PML is, in IT terms, ancient.
Adobe did offer an upgrade to GoLive5 at a discount, but GoLive7 is well established now.

> > I've tried several software packages, but they all require that you build from scratch... rather than opening or importing an existing site.

I'm by no means a webpage guru, but GL and Dreamweaver will open the pages created with PML.  The problem is PML used old versions of HTML, and GL and DW expect newer versions, so there will be errors.

Try posting your question here for more definitive advice:
AdobeForums GoLive Windows

Iechtd da! John
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