The Bottom Line
If you already know and love Microsoft FrontPage, you will love this upgrade, but beginners might want to think about another WYSIWYG editor.
- Familiar interface - like MS Word
- Great team management features
- Photo gallery, drawing tools, automatic content
- Installs more than just FrontPage automatically
- HTML written in the WYSIWYG editor can be poor
- Only 50 uses without "activation"
- The familiar interface allows anyone who has used Word to create a Web page in minutes.
- The new Photo Gallery feature is a fun tool to create montage Web sites of your images easily.
- Key features like e-commerce and SharePoint Team Services make it more useful to small businesses.
Guide Review - Microsoft FrontPage 2002