The popular Web authoring tool, due to hit shelves during the first quarter of 1999, will be closely integrated with Office and contain features the company said will make it easier for both hobbyists and professional users to create unique sites.
Other features unveiled Wednesday include:
- The ability to create databases on the fly and integrate them into a Web site.
- Automatically updated hyperlinks.
- Site Reports, which lets Webmasters trace and fix broken links.
In July, the company unveiled upcoming features including: allowing different levels of access to different users; compatibilty with the Visual Basic 6.0 for Applications development tool; and menus and toolbars that have been borrowed from Office.
FrontPage 2000 will be bundled with professional versions of Office 2000. The product will retail for $149. (£90). Current FrontPage users will be able to upgrade for about $59.95 (£36).