Definitely. I use Dreamweaver, but in a minute would go back to a friendlier, less cluttered updated version os GoLive that would work under Windows 7 & or 8.
For those interested in a (real) viable GoLive alternative with current responsive web design in mind, AND actual nice standards html and css: check out Macaw.
You might be surprised. I was - it reminds me in a certain way of Golive. Only easier, and no need to go into code much.
I absolutely endorse the idea of bringing back GoLive (hopefully, one that crashes less or never). Dreamweaver is NOT anywhere close as simple and elegant to use. In fact, it's awful. WYSIWYG rules! Coders, have usurped design, sadly. But technology advances are merciless.
Fortunately, for Mac users you can still use GL8 just fine. I keep a hard drive with only a Leopard OS on it (I'm usually on Maverick), then just change startup disk in prefs when I need GL. Since I also keep a copy Adobe Suite on that OS (you can run as many as you want on one machine- another great thing I found), I can also make image tweaks and additions. I do easy changes in DW, but for things that require more efficiency (like global updates and easier formatting changes), GL still can't be beat. You can always tweak code later in DW, but GL does a much better job of the heavy lifting.
I am totally for a New GoLive! Especially since ADOBE (The A**Holes) cut of the license server this week!
PLEASE BRING BACK GOLIVE! Our lives have been hell without a stable copy of it since OSX hit Lion.
I'm working with Golive since the very early versions of 1999. As many of may clients rely on what they have and arenÄt likely to pay for a reproduction of their websites on an other system, I stay with Apples Computers that can still work with OS 10.6.8 in order to keep GoLive running. I tried Dreamworks , but it was not at least comparable to the simplicity of what GoLive delivers so I continue usigng GL.
I would love to have a GolLive that works on newer Macs...
I too have a Mac with OS 10.6.8 installed on it so I can open GL files. But I'm using MUSE now and I use Dreamweaver to update GL documents. Since I don't do website for a living except run a non-profit foundation, MUSE works fine for my needs. But I got to say, Dreamweaver really sucks!
The easiest solution is to have another drive with 10.6.8 with GL installed on it. I'm running Mavericks on my main drive, but I kept my original 10.6.8 drive with everything on it, including another set of Creative Suite products so I can make image edits without rebooting back.
Because Adobe verifies their software by computer ID only, you can have CS installed on as many drives as you wanted as long as they run off one computer. Easy to just boot up when you need to.
This solution has been working great for me. Dreamweaver is so poorly designed, and site management, in particular, is so much easier in GL. You also have more flexibility with CSS in GL than you do in DW.
Yes please!! It is still too soon for Adobe to leave Golive users in the lurch. At least provide some support if you're going to make such a huge change.
Do you know if Golive CS 2 is running on the new Windows 10 ? I'm still usind it in XP, because not it's running on Win 7. And XP is old ...