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GoLive CyberStudio Gets Personal


For some Web designers, the term "full featured" can be interpreted as "extras I’ll pay for but not use." GoLive is addressing the needs of budget-conscious users with its CyberStudio Personal Edition, a $99 program that includes most of the core Web-creation features of CyberStudio, but without some of the original product’s advanced features. Designers can visually lay out Web pages, edit HTML and JavaScript source code, and manage a site’s files from within CyberStudio Personal. Features available only in the professional edition include integrated Dynamic HTML (DHTML), Cascading Style Sheets, Grep-style search and replace, QuickTime 3.0 support, HTML 4.0 support, WebObjects support, and some built-in file transfer options. GoLive is offering free competitive upgrades for owners of full versions of PageMill, BBEdit, Home Page, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Front Page, NetObjects Fusion, and Symantec Visual Page; users must either send their competitive software to GoLive to qualify for the upgrade, or bring the packages to the GoLive booth at Web Design and Development ’98 in San Francisco (23-Jun-98 to 26-Jun-98), or Macworld Expo in New York City (08-Jul-98 to 10-Jul-98). A free 30-day trial version is also available as an 8.7 MB download.

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