Product history[edit | edit source]
PageMill (along with SiteMill) was originally announced by developer Ceneca Communications in August 1995 at Macworld Expo in Boston, where it was called the "PageMaker" of the web and the 90's. The projected list price for PageMill was US$195. Adobe announced their acquisition of Ceneca the following month.
PageMill shipped over 30,000 units in its first month of availability, at a promotional price of US$99 until the end of January 1996. Version 1.0J was released for the Japanese market on June 3, 1996. It was also localized into French and German. The last update was version 1.0.2.
References[edit | edit source]
- Adobe PageMill 2.0, Centre for Computing History. Accessed 2019-11-06.
- Adobe PageMill Receives Strong Market Response, Adobe Systems. 1995-12-11. Archived 1996-10-22.
- PageMill and SiteMill: HTML Tools for the Rest of Us by Tonya Engst, TidBITS. 1995-08-14.
- Macworld Boston August 8-11, 1995 by Scott J. Kleper. 1995-08.
- Adobe Buys Ceneca by Geoff Duncan, TidBITS. 1995-09-18.
- Adobe Systems Announces Japanese Version of Adobe PageMill Now Available, Adobe Systems. 1996-06-03. Archived 1996-10-22.
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- Adobe PageMill at work at Adobe (archived 1996-10-27)
- PageMill for Macintosh downloadable files (archived 1996-11-21)
- Adobe PageMill 1.0 at the Web Design Museum
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|Replaced by Adobe GoLive 5 in August 2000|