14 Microsoft Expression Web 3 Articles and Tips you should read

Posted by: Minal Agarwal , on 10/25/2009, in Category Expression Web
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Abstract: This article lists 14 Microsoft Expression Web 3 articles and tips one should read to learn about what Expression Web 3 is and how to use it. These articles and tips help you explore the product and use it efficiently.
14 Microsoft Expression Web 3 Articles and Tips you should read
Microsoft Expression Web is a ’WYSIWYG’ HTML editor as well as a graphical web design program developed by Microsoft that has today replaced Microsoft FrontPage. Expression Web is a part of the Expression Studio suite. Expression Web provides support for integrating XML, XHTML, XSLT, CSS, ASP.NET and other standard Web technologies into the websites.

I have been using Microsoft Expression Web 2 for quite some time now and I love it! Now with release of Expression Web 3, with features like SuperPreview, Snapshot Panel, new improved toolbars like the Code Toolbar, integration with VSTS, Silverlight support and an enhanced FTP client, you get a better control over your web pages. Believe me, designing has never been so simple and interesting before.

I have listed few Expression Web 3 tips and articles written by me, to learn more about the product.

 
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Minal Agarwal, Expression Web MVP, MCDST, works as a freelance web designer (SaffronStroke) working on Expression Web, Photoshop and other Graphical tools. As a hobby, she also runs a famous Food site called Foodatarian.com. Follow her on twitter @ saffronstroke


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Comment posted by Web Designers on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 4:07 AM
Thank you, great tips!

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