Nate Baldwin wrote:
Just posted a new version with some fixes/changes. If you've downloaded it already, you'll probably want to get the latest version. I'll leave the BETA copy up for a while, but the .action file is probably the same one that will go public/commercial if you want to snag a free copy before that happens...http://www.mindpalette.com/actions/nate ... ack_links/
I went back to the link you posted above (qouted text) and notice it had a created date of about 1:30 PM today (3.8.06) and the one I downloaded yesterday had an older creation date, so I assume I got the most updated GL Action.
By the way, on another subject (an this off topic to this thread) but I just got to ask you your thoughts on this.
I'm a very visual designer, and the reason I use Golive a lot (and it's scripts) is because of my "visual nature" to design.
But I must to say, I get a lot of "flack" for using GoLive from others in my workplace, now and in the past. However, what makes me scratch my head is that Golive allows me to develop sites, fast, accurate, and completely as far as the "front-end" goes. I have yet to have any major trouble with the code it generates (after version 6 of course), and I find I have a great development evironment using this tool. I really feel I have total control of the code, and I can be consistent in the way I design, which makes the development fast, and efficient.
I've been a GoLive user ever since version 4. I started with Dreamweaver 3. But once I got in front of GoLive, I got hooked on it.
I guess my question is, I'm putting out very decent visual and easy to navigate sites, getting excellent feedback from clients, and from some IT guys, but other "coders" just give me hell for using this tool. They seem to accept DW however, which is just another WYSIWYG editor. I feel I always have to justify the choice of using it.
Why is GoLive so unaccepted? (at least in my corner of the world it is anyway)
Anyway, I just thought I would asked the question. I love the tool, the control, etc. You being into the tool yourself, it's rare to find others who are so into it, and using it to the level that you do.
Feel free to email your response as to not waste the time on an off topic subject in this thread. (although I think I just violated that, huh? :-) )