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Well I guess that updates what I last heard a couple months ago then :P Thanks for clarifying that Scott as I would have been thinking that it was going to be for both till doomsday :P
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So in the end, what is the overall plan?

I've got the Web Editor, the Responsive Web Form and Menu Makers, and the Responsive Layout Maker is coming.

So, the way I see it is that all these Responsive tools will be used to build a Responsive Web site, and the Web Editor will be the tool to put the pieces together and upload or make changes to the site.

Is it how it will be?

And what about the RWD you mentioned?

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GTech wrote:
So in the end, what is the overall plan?

I've got the Web Editor, the Responsive Web Form and Menu Makers, and the Responsive Layout Maker is coming.

So, the way I see it is that all these Responsive tools will be used to build a Responsive Web site, and the Web Editor will be the tool to put the pieces together and upload or make changes to the site.

Is it how it will be?

And what about the RWD you mentioned?

Gilles

Responsive Web Designer will be another Editor in our line up. Instead of using the Web Editor, you would use RWD to build your website. That program would be the one to bring it all together.
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And will it also have a normal tool bar? ;)
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Inger wrote:
And will it also have a normal tool bar? ;)

Why would you need a toolbar? Geeze. ;)
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Scott Swedorski wrote:

Responsive Web Designer will be another Editor in our line up. Instead of using the Web Editor, you would use RWD to build your website. That program would be the one to bring it all together.


Will it possibly be a WYSIWYG AND with full HTML editing? I hope, I hope. I would also like the ability to switch back & forth between the WYSIWYG and HTML edit with the cursor being in the right place for each switch. Since Microsoft Expression Web is not continuing, this leaves a big gap without having to go with the expensive Adobe Dreamweaver. There is already a gap in the MAC Editors without having to also go Expensive. The only thing that has stopped me from using CC Web Editing is the lack of support for both WYSIWYG and Html. I would LOVE it if you combined the Site Editor AND HTML editor into the new product that you're working on. I think you would sell a LOT of software with this.

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Sandcrab3 wrote:
Scott Swedorski wrote:

Responsive Web Designer will be another Editor in our line up. Instead of using the Web Editor, you would use RWD to build your website. That program would be the one to bring it all together.


Will it possibly be a WYSIWYG AND with full HTML editing? I hope, I hope. I would also like the ability to switch back & forth between the WYSIWYG and HTML edit with the cursor being in the right place for each switch. Since Microsoft Expression Web is not continuing, this leaves a big gap without having to go with the expensive Adobe Dreamweaver. There is already a gap in the MAC Editors without having to also go Expensive. The only thing that has stopped me from using CC Web Editing is the lack of support for both WYSIWYG and Html. I would LOVE it if you combined the Site Editor AND HTML editor into the new product that you're working on. I think you would sell a LOT of software with this.

If you look at Responsive Layout Maker, you can get an idea how it will work and look. It will be all visual but provide access to various settings in the markup. There is no "visual or code mode" as it is all visual. It provides the best of both worlds. ;)
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After ShoppingCart Creator, I'll sit on the fence on this one for a while! On the face of it, the Responsive Program holds a lot of promise but what will it do that can't be achieved with Wordpress and a premium responsive theme for a fraction of the cost.
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Do we know if the new Responsive Web Designer will only allow the web site project to be updated and built on 1 computer as it is at the moment or will you be able to build the website on any computer that has the RWD software on it such as Dreamweaver for example...

Anyone..
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Is there a link giving details about this?

Keith

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