We've just announced that Adobe is supporting our weblog template tags in the new version of Adobe GoLive CS2, and we wanted to explain in a bit more depth to ProNet members what motivated the effort to create these new tools, as well as some ways to make use of the new capabilities.
Many of you who work with these platforms have told us you wanted to be able to work with visual tools to lay out your templates, or to use more efficient tools to do your hand coding, and the new version of GoLive makes it possible to do exactly that. The included tags cover all of the built-in template tags supported by Movable Type and TypePad Pro's advanced templates, letting you focus on your content and presentation instead of remembering the details of individual tags.
GoLive CS2, if you're not already familiar with it, has a very powerful set of tools for working with all web technologies, ranging from CSS to Favicons. Now you can add in template design to the tools at your disposal.
In addition, a significant number of you told us you work with other parts of the Creative Suite, and GoLive integrates well with all of the other Adobe tools, making it possible to more easily move your creations through tools like Photoshop and Illustrator and into your weblog.
We'll be working to extend support for easier design of weblog templates in the future, and keeping our ears open for your feedback.