web software

Peter Risdon peter at circlesquared.com
Thu Feb 24 14:56:47 GMT 2005

On Wed, 2005-02-23 at 13:44 -0500, Hilda Jones wrote:
> Do you have something similar to FrontPage?

It might be an idea to flesh out your question a bit. FrontPage runs on
MS Windows computers and is used as a graphical development tool for
websites. It includes some synchronisation stuff that depends on having
a webserver to talk to that understands FrontPage. Web servers are often
to be found on some form of unix, including FreeBSD. There is an apache
module which is in the FreeBSD ports collection to add frontpage
extensions to an apache server. With this, you can use FrontPage as your
development tool and run the website on FreeBSD.

If, on the other hand, you want to use a FreeBSD desktop and are looking
for a good graphical website development tool, you might try Quanta.
This is also in the ports.

If you need to clarify your question, please do so.


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