28 Jun 09
11 Dec 09 4:45 am
I've not used XSitePro myself. When I saw this, though, I had 2 thoughts.
1. Doesn't it output files into plain text files (ie .html, .php, .css, etc). These files should be able to be read by any html editor, WYSIWYG or not.
2. In case it does save "other" information in its own proprietary format, you might look under the File menu for an Export option. Many programs that have their own "proprietary" format can often save to a format that can be read by other programs. Some information can be lost, but usually in content. What gets lost is more in format.
So check these out. If the former is true, he wouldn't need anything else and if not, then an export might work. Oh, and even if you don't see an export option, do a Save As and see what formats the program can save in. You might find one you both could use to share the info.