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GoLive

Web authoring software for Windows and Macintosh from Adobe that includes numerous visual design elements, database tools and site management features. It includes the Adobe Web Workgroup Server, which offers version control. Adobe's PageMill and SiteMill were originally independent products that were absorbed into GoLive.
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Using a visual interface and techniques familiar to those who know Adobe InDesign CS3 software and print layout, version 9 of Adobe GoLive is available for the "non-code savvy" who want to develop Web-design skills and grow into building more sophisticated Web experiences using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 tools.
Their solutions are integrated into three popular HTML editors: Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft Frontpage, and Adobe GoLive.
Participants will learn how Adobe Creative Suite 2 combines full new versions of Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional, Adobe Illustrator CS2, and Adobe GoLive CS2 with new Version Cue CS2, Adobe Bridge, and Adobe Stock Photos.
The Opera browser will be used by Adobe Creative Suite 2 for the majority of content manipulation, powering Adobe GoLive CS 2, Adobe Photoshop CS 2, and other suite components.
Programs like Microsoft FrontPage, Adobe GoLive and Macromedia Dreamweaver can translate your personally designed page and make it Web ready.
Recommendations included: Camtasia Studio, Macromedia Tools, Microsoft Frontpage, Adobe GoLive, Yahoo Geocities, Evrsoft, Quia, Zoomerang, National Center for Accessible Media, Web Accessibility Initiative, and Bobby.
The new edition has been updated to reflect current versions of popular web authoring software (Macromedia Dreamweaver, Adobe GoLive, and Microsoft FrontPage), HTML tags, and other current information.
Adobe GoLive, the third most popular Web authoring program (http://www.adobe.com/golive), is a terrific program that's both easy to use and sophisticated.
ADOBE GOLIVE 6.0, Adobe Systems, Inc., March 2002, http://www.adobe.com/products/golive/.
There are countless technology roads to developing school Web sites, including the use of Web-building software products such as Macromedia DreamWeaver, Microsoft FrontPage and Adobe GoLive.
Intuitive features in Adobe GoLive offer students a point-and-click environment for incorporating advanced functions into their Web sites.