goodbye golive.

HTML/XTML Web Development

I am not sure that there are too many people like me still around…people that have used GoLive since it was actually called GoLive CyberStudio and owned by GoLive Systems Inc. I have been using GoLive for site management on static sites for nine years now and although I knew this day would come…Adobe finally announced they would phase GoLive out in favor of Dreamweaver. Thankfully I only use GoLive for one site (and hand code use CSS for all the others or use a CMS), but after using something for nine years it makes me a little sad to hear it will no longer be updated. (I always did think that version 4 was by far the most superior…and that every version since just brought more bloat.) Goodbye GoLive.
[tags]Adobe, GoLive, CyberStudio, Dreamweaver[/tags]

4 thoughts on “goodbye golive.”

  1. jenz

    “Adobe plans to continue to support GoLive and Freehand and develop these products based on our customer’s needs…” I suspect a few patches and fixes, but nothing else.

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