CNET News.com: "After years spent goading Netscape Communications and Microsoft into complying with guidelines
recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), standards proponents say they are
turning their attention to companies that make Web authoring tools. Topping the hit list now are the
likes of Macromedia and its popular Dreamweaver authoring tool; Adobe Systems and its GoLive
product; and Microsoft again, for its low-end but widely used FrontPage software."
July 12, 2001