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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by bj nick, Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. bj nick

    bj nick Thread Starter

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    I used FrontPage for years. Loved the easy WSYWG aspect, HATED the unreliability.

    I have Dreamweaver but haven't had time to learn it properly. I have been working with a couple of books, tutorials, etc, but I realize that it is going to be a steep curve for someone like me who isn't used to it. Nothing about it is intuitive to me; images, page design, tables, none of it...it seems like everything is laborious, has to be done by hand, and while for most of you this is probably second-nature, it's one big frustration for me.

    I have to get two simple websites up in a couple of weeks and it will never happen with Dreamweaver...it takes time...can someone suggest a simple, inexpensive website creation software tool? Something like WebEasy Pro or similar? I do NOT want a free shareware thing; I want something designed for people who just want to get it done but are willing to at least spend something.

    Thanks!
     
  2. MMJ

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    Try Nvu.

    Try some online WYSIWYG editors, like TinyMCE.

    Remember to Google. :)
     
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    Also w3schools.com is a great resource to understanding scripting languages.
     
  5. bj nick

    bj nick Thread Starter

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    I decided to bite the bullet and just slog through Dreamweaver....I'm making the site ultra-simple and as i improve and gain knowledge i can do more and more...the payoff in the long run is so great that it's worth the initial frustration.

    thanks, everyone.
     
  6. slipkid

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    lots t choose from and bigger isnt' always better I really like Note Tab lite,Its free and very user friendly with all the tools you will need.except for FTP Its only downfall..
     
  7. pcpro17

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    Notpad is good too! :p And, Internet Explorer has a built-in FTP client. Or, there's always net2ftp. :D
     
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