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Adobe GoLive

GoLive began as its own very successful development company, creating what was at first a Macintosh-only Web editor called GoLive CyberStudio, which surpassed everything else of its time in terms of graphical editing. One of the first editors to make Web authoring more object-oriented and less code-focused, GoLive still works by enabling you to “drag in” any number of different objects and work with them without too much low-end knowledge of HTML coding. Since its early beginnings, it has gone cross-platform and hit the big time. It’s now owned by graphics powerhouse Adobe, which has given it a makeover to resemble Adobe’s line of graphics applications, while retaining its powerful approach.

For knowledgeable Web authors, GoLive offers a way to quickly prototype pages and then dig into the code to make them perfect. GoLive also supports tons of advanced features, including a JavaScript editor, drag-and-drop support for multimedia controls, and the ability to work easily with technologies such as CSS Positioning. It’s definitely a pro-level tool, which extends to the price—currently, it’s $299 for most users. Still, if you’re planning to do professional work with GoLive, it’s probably money worth spending.


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