Well..... People are obviously posting their site for opinions, I just thought it would be nice to catagorise them.
It's amazing to see the different result produced by the different software. Hopefully people will be able to make a more informed choice about which package will best enable them to action their plans....?!?!
Here are mine, entered via the following URL click here although not all links go to one of mine. There is usually a NOF logo at the foot of the first screen. I'm quite happy with NOF although it does come up with 'unstable file' quite often. Moral is to 'save' frequently. I'm happy to answer any queries although as you will see my use of it is fairly elemenary. Cheers, xquest.
with unstable files, and although it is breaking the basic rule - I save as infrequently as possible, leave it to NOF when you close down. I know this sounds daft, but you will end up having to replace all your JPEG images. They lose definition with every save. You would be suprised at the loss of quality with constant saving.
I put links in for surfers to generate an email by clicking appropriately on the site, but how do I generate a new email with the subject already filled in (so I can identify it as a 'friend' in MailWasher - an invaluable program as I am getting 100+ spam for every 5 or so friendly messages, per day) ?????? I use NOF MX under Win XP Pro xquest
Unless NetObjects is actually re-saving the individual images on your web pages, and not just the text in the HTML documents that instruct the image where and how to be displayed, your JPEGS should remain unchanged by multiple saves.
The only time the JPEG images degrade is when you edit and re-save many times in a dedicated image editor.
The web editor does not normally directly affect your images; it merely allows you to format them on your pages for display purposes - position, size, border and so on.
Exceptions are obvious where some web editors will change a JPEG to a GIF, depending on how you want to display it but in general, saving your web pages will almost never do anything at all to the images you are using.