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Software Review: Microsoft FrontPage98

About that time, Microsoft announced that they had a "plug-in" product for Microsoft Word which would let a person use the familiar word processor graphic interface, complete with point and click styling, centering, highlighting, etc. A would-be developer could just highlight the text that they wished to become an H1 tag, and click the H1 button, and, viola, the tag was automatically coded by Word’s Internet Assistant, as it was called. "I felt bound up by the user interface, not freed by it." I tried it for a while, and decided that although it may be an assistant for someone that’s locked into using Word, for myself it was like creating a Web page in the dark while wearing dark sunglasses. I felt bound up by the user interface, not freed by it. I preferred to work in the world of HTML code, greater-than signs and less-than signs pointing me from bit to byte.


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