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can any other program do this??

can any other program do this??

can any other program do this??

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I have been using frontpage for years, but want to switch to another program. yet i haven't found one yet that lets you create a navigation structure and links between pages the way that frontpage does (child and parent pages, etc.). do any other programs offer anything close to that feature? i downloaded expression, and have not yet figured out how to create navigation bars. does dreamweaver offer anything similar to frontpage in this respect? thank you so much for your help.

RE: can any other program do this??

Might be better asking the HTML forum.  You mainly get Frontpage users in the Frontpage forum.

RE: can any other program do this??

Expression Web can help you along with this.  A lot of time it is better to create your own navigation though using lists (and use CSS to help lay them out).  

I think though that Expression Web relies on ASP.NET code to help you with the navigation, which you need to have on a Windows platform

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