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Edit with Microsoft Frontpage whilst using Firefox Browser

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Hi, I sometimes use IE and have an extension that allows me to edit websites using Microsoft Frontpage. Is there such an Add On that I can use with Firefox? It would make my life so much easier :)

Thanks for any advice.

Carl

Hi, I sometimes use IE and have an extension that allows me to edit websites using Microsoft Frontpage. Is there such an Add On that I can use with Firefox? It would make my life so much easier :) Thanks for any advice. Carl

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TonyE
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You can use the Dafizilla ViewSourceWith add-on to do that.

As a side note, I recommend not using FrontPage. It typically generates code that does not comply with web standards and the code it generates will sometimes only work on IE.

You can use the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/394/ Dafizilla ViewSourceWith] add-on to do that. As a side note, I recommend not using FrontPage. It typically generates code that does not comply with web standards and the code it generates will sometimes only work on IE.