>>You said you use DW for HTML editor, so how do you like DW with foxWeb.<<
For me, it works very well. I love the WISYWIG aspect of DW, and cannot understand why so many developers swear by band-coding HTML without any visualisation of what they're doing.
>> I also use DWMX<<
I haven't looked at DWMX yet. How does it differ from DW 4.0?
>>Do you change the file extensions of the FWX files to ASPs before modifying?<<
With DW, you don't have to. Just associate files with a .fwx extension to open with DW from within Windows.
>>Can you implement any of the behaviors native to DW, or DW extensions, to the foxcode for example paging through a table or cursor and showing appropriate navigation buttons.<<
As far as I know, anything you can create with DW can also be used with Foxweb. The main difference is that anything between %% tags will be interpreted as Foxpro code instead of VBScript that would be expected in a .asp page.
>>I really like DWMX, but at this point using it with Foxweb only uses a fraction of its powerful features.<<
Such as? You are now whetting my appetite to give DWMX a try-out.