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  • Blog Post: Add HTML5 support to Expression Web 4!

    With Internet Explorer 9 Beta ’s deep support for HTML 5 and the increasing adoption of HTML5 for RIAs, the Expression Web team is extremely excited to release our free HTML 5 Add-in for Expression Web 4 ! The HTML5 Schema Configuration Add-In for Expression Web enables the new HTML5 schema to...
  • Blog Post: Add custom toolbars to Expression Web 4

    Expression Web 4 provides eleven toolbars on the View > Toolbars menu, organized around particular activities, such as editing in Code view, and working with styles or tables. The default toolbars are sensible unless you regularly use only a few buttons from each toolbar; in that case, the default...
  • Blog Post: Create useful, professional-Looking add-ins for Expression Web 4

    Expression Web 4 enables developers familiar with web technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to easily extend the functionality of the product. A useful add-in that was demoed at the product launch lets you insert a Bing map into your web page. In this blog post, I’ll provide a detailed...
  • Blog Post: SlapShot for Expression Web 4

    SlapShot is a new extension written for Expression Web 4. For those of you who already use the SnapShot panel (a feature that debuted in Expression Web 3), you will feel right at home with SlapShot. For those of you who haven’t yet used SnapShot (or who need a quick refresher course), SnapShot...
  • Blog Post: Easily create an Add-in for Expression Web 4 with the Add-in Builder

    With today's launch of Expression Web 4 , we’ve made extending Expression Web’s functionality easier than ever. Developers can create Add-ins for Expression Web by using HTML, JavaScript and CSS standards they already know! We have also simplified integrating your Add-ins into Expression...
  • Blog Post: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript reference at your fingertips: FireScope add-on for Firefox

    SitePoint has released the “first phase” of their JavaScript reference , and they’ve also completely redesigned their Reference Site for improved usability. To coincide with the redesign, they’ve released a handy Firefox add-on called FireScope to integrate their HTML and CSS reference (sadly not their...
  • Blog Post: Free BETA version of Microsoft Web Platform Installer

    Microsoft has released a free BETA version of the Web Platform Installer which corrals together all the free components you need for developing web applications on Windows Vista. To download the installer, go here: http://www.microsoft.com/web/channel/products/WebPlatformInstaller.aspx . The first screen...
  • Blog Post: Your Ted Spread

    Erik Saltwell , Group Program Manager for Expression Web, used Expression Web 2 to build a Google gadget that displays the “Ted spread”:   http://www.google.com/ig/directory?q=TED+spread&hl=en&root=%2Fig&dpos=top The money blog on the NPR website has blogged about it: http://www.npr...
  • Blog Post: CSS Sculptor by Eric Meyer for Expression Web 1 and Expression Web 2 BETA

    We're excited to announce that Eric Meyer ( http://meyerweb.com/ and http://www.complexspiral.com/ ), internationally recognized authority on HTML, CSS, and web standards, and author of some of the essential books on CSS (as if you didn't already know all that!), has released a pre-release version of...
  • Blog Post: Expression Web Language Packs now available

    [Updated 12/23/2008 - fixed the hyperlink to the topic's new online location] You can now check spelling for multiple languages by using Expression Web Language Packs. The Expression Web Language Packs also enable displaying the Expression Web interface, including the Help topics, in the languages...
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