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Adobe: GoLive and Freehand development will continue

With the acquisition of Macromedia’s products, many people expected Adobe to cut its own Web authoring tool, GoLive, in favor of further developing Dreamweaver. Adobe did not dispute the importance of Dreamweaver for the future of the company’s products.

An Adobe representative says “Adobe plans to continue to support GoLive and Freehand and develop these products based on our customer’s needs.”

June 1, 2006 Author: Frank Beverdam

Yahoo launches new video site

Yahoo launched a new video Web site at The new video page displays featured videos among viewers and includes a search box at the top. Users can also browse for video by categories or user-generated tags.

June 1, 2006 Author: Frank Beverdam launches blog search feature has launched a new blog search service this week. Blogs become more and more popular for news or information on local or specialised topics. is using the index already created and updated by subscribers to its popular Bloglines site.

June 1, 2006 Author: Frank Beverdam

Microsoft demonstrates JPEG rival

Microsoft presented Windows Media Photo a competitor for the JPEG image format at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference.  

Windows Media Photo will be supported in Windows Vista and also be made available for Windows XP.

May 29, 2006 Author: Frank Beverdam

Get Ready For Pure ASP Upload 3

Pure ASP Upload has been our most successful Dreamweaver extension in the past years. With 5 years of free support and upgrades we felt it was time for the next step; Pure ASP Upload 3.

For several months now our developers have been working overtime to create the best version of Pure ASP Upload ever. We've highlighted the special features of the upcoming version that will be released soon.

May 24, 2006 Author: Frank Beverdam