Fantastic features but reliability issues.
HTS lets you organize your site in a hierarchy. For example the page... MoreFantastic features but reliability issues.
HTS lets you organize your site in a hierarchy. For example the page about "Widgets" might have two logical branches. One branch might describe "uses" and the other branch describes "features". Each of those logical branches in turn might have further branches. This ability to display the logical structure of your site graphically makes HTS invaluable for managing larger (25 page and up) sites. AFAIK *no* other tool offers his feature. Another useful feature is that it can automatically reconcile links. Change the name of a page? HTS will quickly adjust all the links in the project accordingly. As with anything there is also a down side. HTS will lock up from time to time and heaven forbid that you have to quickly reinstall in the event of a hardware failure -- we've had to move entire projects to Coffee Cup or Dreamweaver in a crisis because it takes so long to negotiate reinstallation. Another peeve is that upgrades aren't always discounted. You need to repurchase major upgrades anew. The sad part is that in the end we abandoned three copies of HTS because or reliability issues.
Pros: Site organization features