Have you heard of Expression Web?


Are you a website designer or developer either as a profession or even as a hobby?  If you are, then you may want to attend a free webcast coming up on Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at 2PM ET (11AM PT) where we overview the features of Expression Web 3, Microsoft’s latest website design tool.

To sign up for this free webcast, click here and use the following sign-up code:  10BC45

This overview session will highlight some of the great features of Expression Web.  By the end of this session, you will:

  • Understand how Expression Web 3 fits into the Designer/Developer workflow for building web experiences
  • See a tour of some of the most important features of Expression Web 3, including
    • The Web Editor
    • CSS Management tools
    • Web Standards Management
    • Language Support (including native support for PHP!)
    • SuperPreview


FrontPage[1] If you’ve never heard of Expression Web, then this webcast will likely surprise you as this a fully professional tool to help you build visually appealing, dynamic and standards-adhering websites.  And to answer your question, no, this is not FrontPage vNext.  FrontPage (thankfully!) is dead, never to come back. 

To give you an example of what is possible with the tool, Morten Rand-Hendriksen has built some great sites built using Expression Web 3 which warrant highlighting: