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#1 Stefan


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Posted 19 December 2008 - 04:55 PM

For those of you new to Expression Web 2, I wrote a quick review of its' features in the magazine.

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 05:11 AM

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Despite its new version number, Expression Web 2 looks and works almost exactly like the first version, and unless you need the new support for PHP or a few minor new features that I'll get to in a moment, there's no strong reason to upgrade. Microsoft got the interface right in the first version, and Expression Web does a superb job of combining an enormously complex set of functions into a clearly navigable set of menus and task panes. Even the icon-based toolbars are easy to navigate, because any complex or obscure function has an explanatory label next to the otherwise-baffling icon.
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