April, 2008

  • Expression Web team blog

    Still on the fence? pricing and upgrade details for Expression Web 2

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    For those of you that have been enjoying the trial version of Expression Web 1, but have been sitting on the fence about purchasing it ever since you saw the BETA of Expression Web 2 come out...well now you can safely commit to the purchase because version 2 will be provided to you for FREE if you buy Expression Web 1 sometime between February 24th and June 1st of 2008.

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    The Expression website now provides all of the pricing details for Expression Web 2, Expression Studio 2, and all Expression programs.

    The details:

    " If you purchase any Expression product between February 24th 2008 and June 1st 2008 you qualify for a free upgrade to version 2 of the same product (Web 2 for Web, Studio 2 for Studio, etc.). Details on how to get the upgrade will be published on the Expression website on May 1. Product registration and proof of purchase will be required. "

    And just like before, you can get Expression Web for only $99 if you own any of the following:

    • Microsoft Office (any version)
    • Microsoft FrontPage (any version)
    • Adobe/Macromedia Creative Suite (any version)
    • Adobe/Macromedia Dreamweaver (any version)
    • Adobe/Macromedia Flash or Director (any version)
    • Adobe GoLive (any version)

    And note that if you own the Academic version of a program, you will qualify for the upgrade price for the nonacademic version.

    And here's another bonus tip that you will NOT find on the Expression website (at least not at the moment)...you can buy the upgrade version of Expression Media for only $99 if you own Expression Web. Why do you want to own Expression Media? For one thing, you can generate photo galleries for the web with the click of a button and create your own custom photo gallery templates with HTML and CSS. Expression Media also comes with Expression Encoder, which lets you create slide shows and deliver video for the web, and so much more. If all that is of interest to you, perhaps you should invest in the entire Expression Studio while you're at it!

    Anna

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  • Expression Web team blog

    Transitioning from FrontPage to Expression Web

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    If you've been using FrontPage and are ready to embrace the world of standards-based web design with Expression Web, or if you're still unsure and need more convincing, PixelMill has created a helpful series of in-depth articles to help guide you on your way:

    http://www.pixelmill.com/support/al1095.htm

    Anna

     Anna Ullrich

  • Expression Web team blog

    Expression newsletter overflows with Expression Web

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    The April 2008 edition of the Expression newsletter was published today and contains no less than four articles directly related to Expression Web, including an interview with Eric Meyer who talks about CSS:

    https://www.microsoft.com/expression/news-press/newsletter/2008-04/Default.aspx

    The newsletter also contains articles on Deep Zoom and Silverlight 2.

    To subscribe to the newsletter and receive it in email (approximately every 2 months), click here.

    Anna
    Anna Ullrich

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