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Miles Bainbridge on March 27, 2001 at 17:15:08:

Worth reading

That stuff about not being to create an inspiring page in VP is total BS. You just have to know how to use it. I created a totally awesome site from start to finish in five hours using VP. It's not about the editor, it's about your creativity and graphics capabilities. For me, this is the perfect tool, because the code is straight html, so there are no compatibility problems, and if anything ever goes wrong with the code (which it doesn't), I can open it up in a text editor, and easily tweak it and clean it up. I can do all of my graphics in Photoshop, and optimize and do rollovers in ImageReady, and tell it to generate CSS code. VP shows incorrect spacing between the slices, but it's really easy to insert a link tag on one of the slices, without screwing up the CSS code. But overall, my favorite thing is the way it hadles frames. Very easy to deal with, once you get the hang of the program. Just a side note, I use the macintosh version, and I have since 1996. I don't have experience with the Windows version.

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