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Reviews of Cool Page by the leading
computer magazines and websites.
Cool Page Reviews
The NUMBER ONE publication for laptop computing, Laptop Magazine, featured Cool Page in it's it's annual best-of-class Web Site Creation Software roundup in the December 2001 issue. The mag is available in
all major bookstores, news stands and anywhere else magazines are
They reviewed several webpage editors:
Look at what they had to say about each program:
Across the planet, more and more people are downloading the free trial of Cool Page every day and trying it before they buy it. Why is it so popular?
Several reasons. It's FREE. It's EASY. It's VERSATILE. It's FLEXIBLE.
And on top of that, the pages made with Cool Page will work in any web browser and on any webhost that uses WWW Standard configurations,
unlike the "special" extensions needed by Front Page and Fusion MX.
The staff of 3Dize.com and CoolPageHelp.com would like to extend our
warm thanks to Laptop Magazine for their review of Cool Page. We consider it an honor to be placed in such company as the above applications.
Cool Page Webmaster 2.7 $79
"...Cool Page Webmaster is a relatively easy-to-use program that let's you drag and drop objects onto your page...Make sure you take advantage of the free trial download before you purchase this program."
Adobe GoLive 5.0 $284
" ...(Adobe) GoLive's main claim to fame is it's integration with other Adobe products... The bad news is that GoLive 5.0 is as complicated as
Photoshop, so you won't be learning it in ten minutes on a Saturday afternoon..."
GoDaddy WebSite Complete 4.0 Pro $199
"Considering that everything is supposed to automated, the interface is somewhat difficult. With (GoDaddy) WebSite Complete (4.0 Pro), you can use the templates to create a reasonably serviceable site, but creating a site that reflects your own company's look would present quite a challenge. If you like flexibility, you probably won't like WebSite Complete."
NetObjects Fusion MX $99
(NetObjects is being liquidated)
"...NetObjects is...extending the product in somewhat the same way Microsoft did with FrontPage's extensions...you pay an additional monthly fee to access them...read the Read Me file...DO NOT copy and paste components. This is a known corruptor of your site files...cause you many gray hairs..."
Macromedia Dreamweaver $299
"Like GoLive 5.0, Macromedia's Dreamweaver 4.0 is a big program, and it's geared towards Web developers...if you have a basic understand of HTML (programming), spending time in Dreamweaver is a good way to learn a lot more and to extend your knowledge to advanced features like Cascading Style Sheets and complex table formatting and layering..."
Microsoft FrontPage 2002 $169
"...One of the primary advantage of FrontPage is that it looks like the rest of the Microsoft Office family...One of the main problems in FrontPage...Site visitors may run into problems if they aren't using Internet Explorer...version 5 or higher...You may find that some ISPs not only won't load FrontPage extensions... Without server extensions, lots of features do not work..."