Is Frontpage 2000 a good choice for an ASP editor?
I have heard that it can "eat code" if it doesn't like the structure of your ASP. Is there a decent freeware ASP editor that doesn't have this problem? I would rather not shell out the money for VI.
Well, I already own Frontpage 2000, so I was going to use that for the WSIWYG portion. If the Script Editor on it is decent enough then I was going to use that for the ASP scripting.<BR><BR>I am not a very experienced ASP programmer and my site is going to be pretty simple...ASP using Access. So I'm just trying to figure out what the best route to go is before I start.
If the WYSIWYG is already taken care of, I'm very partial to UltraEdit (http://www.ultraedit.com) Runs about $35 or so.<BR><BR>My favorite... you won't be disappointed. Though you won't get the intellisense like you do on VID, but hey...
by an asp book that incorporates access and go from there. It is much more fulfilling to learn to write your own code than letting something like frontpage 2000 do the work for you, plus debugging that code isn't easy!!!