Clarification. I don't want the client to have any software on their end. So
for example, they would go to "The Publish Page" type in a username/password
and get a java applet or PHP or something that allows them to build from a
web app. I thought Frontpage requires that they run Frontpage 2000/98 on
their PC at home? If I am wrong..well..then I am wrong.
I'm really doubting if a server side WYSIWYG webdesign system is
possible. By its nature a website is a quite statical thing and it's
surely not intended to be used as dynamic WYSIWYG environment. Use
Java for that purpose, I'd say.
 Well PERHAPS some ugly hacks of resizeable/moveable layers in
WYSIWYG system but overall, I don't even the like that idea.
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