If you're seeking a professional web design tool to code up your pages, there aren't too many commercial options. For instance, GoLive is on the way out, Frontpage has gone. Dreamweaver is a natural choice, but has a high learning curve. Another option is to seek out the template-driven tools such as Rapidweaver on the Mac or WYSIWYG Web Builder on the PC. These enable you to create simply web pages, easily. However, you don't always have full access to the code, when you use template-driven coding tools.
Microsoft Expression Web v2 is a public preview of the web design tool from Microsoft. Currently free during beta testing, the product will work through to 1st of July 2008. The latest version contains Silverlight support, the ability to upload your pages to a remote FTP site, support for the PHP markup language and other improvements.
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