Corey Bryant, Microsoft MVP - Visual Developer - Expression

Corey Bryant, Microsoft MVP - FrontPage.

Name: Corey Bryant
Country: USA
WebSite: Now defunct
Focus: FrontPage and Expression Web


Expression Web Interview with Corey Bryant

Q 1. Do you own and maintain your own FrontPage/Expression Web resource(s)?

A. Not yet (I've got a domain)... Otherwise, I admin for the time for web board, and I am a Sage in FP at Experts Exchange

Q 2. Do you have a special tip for Expression Web you can share with our readers?

A . Don't keep comparing Expression Web to FrontPage, it's a new product.

Q 3. What feature would you most like to see available within the next version of Expression Web and why?

A. Possibly ways to "validate" your code with the W3 and other validators. While I understand there are ways where we can enter the code into the W3, making it easier for us will also help to show Microsoft is on the right track at building a WYSWYG complaint editor.

Much more ASP support. A WYSIWYG editor will not help stop ASP users from using ASP and some of us still use it and rely on it, especially the includes.

Q 4. What Expression Web Add-on would you most like to see available and why?

A. Add something to the FTP part so that it is easier and faster for us to user.

Q 5. As a MVP you participate online and answer many questions on (FrontPage) Expression Web. What started you down this road and why?

A.  I started using FP Express way back in 95. I found forums and started helping out there. In 1997 or some time I got burned out and quit helping on the boards. I started to answer more in the early 2000.

Q 6. What Expression Web or Web design good practices do you recommend our readers follow?

A. The message boards - any of them that has some of the EW / FP gurus on them. That will help you keep up to date with changes and possible tips and tricks on these programs

Q 7. What five sites do you recommend should be in our readers web design arsenal?

A .
c/ & http://

Most are forums, learn more about what and how to develop / design a site before learning what Expression Web can help you to move you along quicker

Q 8. Do you have any luminaries within Expression Web and the Web Design industry in general and who do you model your practices after?

A. Paul Hirsch from

Q 9. What advice would you give to readers who are used to using the wizards and bots of FrontPage and want to move to Expression Web and a more user friendly site?

A.  Know and understand HTML, of course this should have been done a long time ago.

Q 10. Can you tell our readers of any upcoming Expression Web activities or just launched projects you have planned?

A.   Link Now defunct  for Expressions. Almost have our business site  completely remodelled as well.


Interview by Tina Clarke Microsoft MVP - FrontPage  3rd Aug 2007
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