Developer Tools Web Authoring Microsoft Expression Web

Microsoft Expression Web 4.0.20525.0 for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (107 votes)

File Details

File Size 144.5 MB
License Commercial Demo
Operating System Windows Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 54,391
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Expression Web

Publisher's Description

Microsoft Expression Web gives you the tools you need to produce high-quality, standards-based Web sites: built-in support for today’s Web standards, sophisticated CSS design capabilities, and visual diagnostic tools. Whether you work with PHP, HTML/XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP.NET or ASP.NET AJAX, Expression Web makes it faster and easier to create and maintain exceptional Web sites.

Latest Reviews

ad23423

ad23423 reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Oct 30, 2013

Microsoft Expression Web(FrontPage 2007) full Download free :
http://urlva.com/4e53f

Inray

Inray reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Aug 5, 2011

While I understand that bashing Microsoft is a time-honored tradition, I don't think that all these negative reviews are justifiable.
Expression Web (v4) is a great coding and visual web building tool; actually much better, way faster, less bloated and much more stable than Adobe's Dreamweaver CS5.

Nadin95

Nadin95 reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Jun 15, 2010

I'm the happy owner of Expression Web 3.0.
I've got 4.0 and I've become very disappointed.
This soft is very slow in relation to 3.0. It’s just unbelievable how slow it is, since MS Office works very fast.
Can't see any improvements since 3.0

JeremyGNJ

JeremyGNJ reviewed v2.0 (12.0.4518.1076) Beta on Mar 6, 2008

I think this program has gotten some undue bad reviews.

I used Dreamweaver for a long time to create websites. Nothing major, but internal corporate database front ends, and small public websites for businesses. This is certainly a worth competitor for Dreamweaver. It has (almost) all the features, and about half of the quirkiness. I like it much better. About the only thing i liked more about Dreamweaver was that it seemed a little easier to apply CSS styles to particular parts of the document.

I played with this new version 2.0 a bit, and I dont see any major differences yet. The one thing that pops out at me immediately is that the UI not matches my office 2007 theme (black/grey coloring) where ver 1.0 was always the blue theme.

madmike007

madmike007 reviewed v2.0 (12.0.4518.1076) Beta on Mar 6, 2008

Tried this and take Zridings point, its frontpage with a dress on. Good for the hobbyist,with CSS and ASP intergration on the whole very good. But, Microsoft is trying to phase FP Extensions out and this I am sorry to say relys on - amongst other things , FP Extns.

Good product but missed the boat with its sorry predessor hiding in its coded wings.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0 on Dec 4, 2006

I'm stunned at how slow this program is, and how many nag screens there are for the trial version. It repeatedly asks for a product key several times before finally letting you get to work. For the most part, it's FrontPage 2003 with CSS features thrown in. The Table features are pretty incredible, I admit.

$99 upgrade from FrontPage; $299 by itself from Microsoft, full version. If you're working with CSS, there are other, better programs than this. But if you're wanting HTML, CSS, and ASP all in one program, then this will do as long as you live with it. It seems more geared to non-programmers like myself who want to build a nice little site rather than anything professional.

fpbecker

fpbecker reviewed v1.0 on Dec 4, 2006

It's not freeware anymore. What you can download is a 60-day-trial which you have to activate. The full product costs US$ 269.00 at amazon.com.

Sammo

Sammo reviewed vBeta 1 on Nov 16, 2006

Not bad for free software. Lacks several features that the more powerful programs like Dreamweaver have. Can't even create image rollovers and the like let alone the more advanced stuff. Experienced webmasters should pass on this one.

venimus

venimus reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 13, 2006

great soft, despite some bugs it beats the sh1t out of dreamwaver and no, it is not a front page clone.

molumen

molumen reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

Seems to me like another useless frontpage-like software...

Oh well...

Avg. Rating 3.7 (107 votes)
Your Rating
ad23423

ad23423 reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Oct 30, 2013

Microsoft Expression Web(FrontPage 2007) full Download free :
http://urlva.com/4e53f

Inray

Inray reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Aug 5, 2011

While I understand that bashing Microsoft is a time-honored tradition, I don't think that all these negative reviews are justifiable.
Expression Web (v4) is a great coding and visual web building tool; actually much better, way faster, less bloated and much more stable than Adobe's Dreamweaver CS5.

Nadin95

Nadin95 reviewed v4.0.20525.0 on Jun 15, 2010

I'm the happy owner of Expression Web 3.0.
I've got 4.0 and I've become very disappointed.
This soft is very slow in relation to 3.0. It’s just unbelievable how slow it is, since MS Office works very fast.
Can't see any improvements since 3.0

JeremyGNJ

JeremyGNJ reviewed v2.0 (12.0.4518.1076) Beta on Mar 6, 2008

I think this program has gotten some undue bad reviews.

I used Dreamweaver for a long time to create websites. Nothing major, but internal corporate database front ends, and small public websites for businesses. This is certainly a worth competitor for Dreamweaver. It has (almost) all the features, and about half of the quirkiness. I like it much better. About the only thing i liked more about Dreamweaver was that it seemed a little easier to apply CSS styles to particular parts of the document.

I played with this new version 2.0 a bit, and I dont see any major differences yet. The one thing that pops out at me immediately is that the UI not matches my office 2007 theme (black/grey coloring) where ver 1.0 was always the blue theme.

madmike007

madmike007 reviewed v2.0 (12.0.4518.1076) Beta on Mar 6, 2008

Tried this and take Zridings point, its frontpage with a dress on. Good for the hobbyist,with CSS and ASP intergration on the whole very good. But, Microsoft is trying to phase FP Extensions out and this I am sorry to say relys on - amongst other things , FP Extns.

Good product but missed the boat with its sorry predessor hiding in its coded wings.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0 on Dec 4, 2006

I'm stunned at how slow this program is, and how many nag screens there are for the trial version. It repeatedly asks for a product key several times before finally letting you get to work. For the most part, it's FrontPage 2003 with CSS features thrown in. The Table features are pretty incredible, I admit.

$99 upgrade from FrontPage; $299 by itself from Microsoft, full version. If you're working with CSS, there are other, better programs than this. But if you're wanting HTML, CSS, and ASP all in one program, then this will do as long as you live with it. It seems more geared to non-programmers like myself who want to build a nice little site rather than anything professional.

fpbecker

fpbecker reviewed v1.0 on Dec 4, 2006

It's not freeware anymore. What you can download is a 60-day-trial which you have to activate. The full product costs US$ 269.00 at amazon.com.

Sammo

Sammo reviewed vBeta 1 on Nov 16, 2006

Not bad for free software. Lacks several features that the more powerful programs like Dreamweaver have. Can't even create image rollovers and the like let alone the more advanced stuff. Experienced webmasters should pass on this one.

venimus

venimus reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 13, 2006

great soft, despite some bugs it beats the sh1t out of dreamwaver and no, it is not a front page clone.

molumen

molumen reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

Seems to me like another useless frontpage-like software...

Oh well...

some guy

some guy reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

I still like my frontpage better.
shame MS dumped it.

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

Installation fails.

[Edit: NM, I have Office Beta 1. Oh well, I'll just stick with Notepad like I always have.]

reets

reets reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

More of a question for those that have used this.

"standards-based Web sites" - does this mean the official web standards or only the poor web standards that are supported in IE 6 and 7?

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

Sexy - I'm lovin' it

cowgaR

cowgaR reviewed vBeta 1 on Sep 6, 2006

DudeBoyz, you've completely missing the whole thing. So please stop trolling. Thank you.

MS at the top, again...what more can we ask for. Flawless integration with Visual Studio and ASP.NET framework, something dreamweaver can only dream of. And who would use this "bloatware" application which dreamweaver is nowadays anymore (and glueing more and more @$*@ with next version without a clue)... so welcome Expression tools!

An of course it will not be free, it will be a part of a new Visual Studio 9(Orcas).

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