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Difference between Site Assist and Site Assist Pro?

Thread began 5/19/2010 10:54 pm by info72555 | Last modified 5/20/2010 9:56 am by Jason Byrnes | 875 views | 1 replies |


Difference between Site Assist and Site Assist Pro?

I own the latest version of Site Assist pro and it appears to do pretty much what the Pro version does. Of course, I am now wondering why I would want to spend more $ on the Pro version. I am not able to see the features side by side so I can compare. Would you please give me an overview so I can determine whether it will be worth it for me?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The sites created with Site Assist Pro Are all Pure CSS based sites. In the earlier Site Assist, the sites where CSS and Tables based.

Site Assist Pro can also tie in with CSS Sculptor And CSS Menu Writer. This allows you to create a site template using CSS Sculptor and Menu Writer, Then import this to site Assist Pro as a new site design. The earlier site Assist does not allow you to create your own site designs.

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