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Posted by: stacyp
Posted on: Nov 23rd, 2009, 3:43pm
I have a website that is currently maintained in Dreamweaver. I had a copy of the software through my work. We are now looking to transition the site to someone else who doesn't have Dreamweaver and we cannot afford even the non-profit pricing at this time.
In the past I tried maintaining the site using NVU and it broke each page we tried to maintain. I am wondering if Easy Web would be a good option or if anyone can suggest another cheap (or free would be best) software that can help us!
Posted by: bertuc
Posted on: Nov 23rd, 2009, 3:59pm
I did and so it is possible, but you will have to almost re-create the web site inside EasyWebEditor, EWE is more site-centric than DW, it is very handy and very productive as you mantain the entire website at once, and it cares about all links and all files (this is terribly handy, you completely forget about files and it keeps things ordered - really great for me)... the price is that he wants a bit to take control of the site... you do no longer act on the scattered pages that were created with DW
however to re-create the web site is a one time process, well it has been boring for me, but I re used all my existing texts and images (and while I was re-doing the stuff, I also improved some things). Now in EWE everything is 10x fast to maintain so I don't regret this effort
of course maybe this does not fit your purpose, but if you want to keep everything identical and no effort the only solution would be to keep using DW...