Microsoft's Frontpage Web design software is now available for download from its Web site. The package has been enhanced several times since version 1.1 became available late last year.
Improvements include shared code with Office 97, forms which save to email, an online tutorial and cascading style sheets. Sixty theme pages are available for easy site creation, and Dynamic HTML is supported.
Guy Swarbrick, product manager of desk-top apps, expects 50 ISPs to be running Site Server, which supports all the extensions in Beta 2, once the product becomes available in the UK.
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