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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Skimmons, Jan 10, 2002.

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  1. Skimmons

    Skimmons Thread Starter

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    IM am about to under take in some web site design. IM currently using adobe photo shop, illustraer and flash 4. Any other programs you would recomend?? Anything you think Is a MUST HAVE or I MUST KNOW before continuing?? Lemme know it would help out alot.
     
  2. Lem0njell0

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    Depends on how deep into web design your going to get....I would suggest a semi WYSIWYG web site editor , such as Net Objects Fusion, Dreamweaver or Front Page.
    Then set yourself up with a good web host and purchase a server from them, or at least some bulk space , that way you can offer your clients a total package.
     
  3. BML

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    Microsoft's Front Page rocks as a web page editor. THat's a must have.

    I think with Photoshop and Flash, with Front Page you can do some cool stuff!
     
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    Microsoft's Front Page rocks as a web page editor. THat's a must have.

    I think with Photoshop and Flash, with Front Page you can do some cool stuff!
     
  5. plejon

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    Adobe Golive is a nice website design program, made with a designer in mind, not a programmer.

    Dreamweaver is pretty good too. I try to avoid frontpage as it uses too many microsoft-only options
     
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