If you’re looking to upgrade from the ancient and showing it Microsoft FrontPage 2003, check out Microsoft Expression Web. It’s a full-bore web design tool for the professional as well as the casual web site builder.
CSS was a hurried add-on for FrontPage 2003. It felt like it was jammed in at the last moment, and probably was. In Expression Web, CSS is an inherent part of the process and can be implemented in any number of ways. This is just one of the many new features.
If you’re familiar with FrontPage, you’ll have little trouble learning how Expression Web works, as the look-and-feel is quite similar.
Best of all, if you have FrontPage, Office, or any of a number of other products, you can upgrade for a mere $99.
Lynda.com has an excellent training video for it.