03 May 09 7:35 am
Here is my two cents. It all depends on your skill with html, mysql, php css. Xsite Pro is layed out for ease of use while still allowing you all the control you need to produce a productive website. Wordpress is great, its free, but if you want lots of control over your sites appearance and layout and do not want to be confined to "free themes" wordpress may not be for you.
I own dreamweaver and know the program well, but if i was starting out i would go with Xsite Pro make some money then think about upgrading. No need to drop a lot of cash on a program that even some of the pros dont know how to use to its full potential.
Hope this helps,