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Especially appreciate how it works with code and bootstrap. See More
It is comfortable to design simple pages. Easy to use, fast, and simple. That is fast answer. See More
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Was trying out Froont after using Macaw. On the first day, I lost my project to the dreaded 404 Not Found error. I created another project and downloaded the files in the .zip format and ran it from my local machine which, for some reason, decided to not load any images. Plus it adds an irritating "Made with <3 and Froont" which elongates the web page and causes the UI to scroll which I did not want in my project. Overall a bad idea! See More
Froont is a web app that runs in your browser - not a full desktop application. While the developer touts this as a 'feature', web apps cannot be as full-featured - nor as stable - as desktop apps (specially when dealing with projects that might be large, or complex). See More
I know: stick with me here for a moment. 2016 via office 365 and the linked software can actually work. Word 2016 supports a subset of html 5. If all you want is a webpage or blog without the bells and whistles this remains one of the easiest wysiwyg applications. Just remember to save as a filtered web page and I suggest running the results through notepad++ with the code fix plugin once to catch any Microsoft nuances. See More