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Thread: What Do You Recomend For Web Site Editing?

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    TypoPanther
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    Okay, this is kinda a newbieish question, but I was wondering what I should use for making a web site. I have used Dreamweaver and Frontpage before, but I'm nowhere near much of an expert. I just mostly want something so I can make a decent site with. Also... if anybody has advice for compressing pictures and stuff so it loads quicker I would be apriciative of that.

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    Dreamweaver is a good one to learn with, especially if you don't want to learn too much html code. I also use CoffeeCup, it's a neat little package. Of course you can always use Notepad.

    For more info on learning about html, check out:

    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/

    There are some great tutorials on there. As for image editing - if you are going to use Dreamweaver, I would suggest Fireworks - the two integrate beautifully. Photoshop is also an amazing graphics editor.

    I don't generally have problems with image loading, sorry I couldn't help you out there.

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    lol Notepad hahahahahaahha

    unless u REALLY know ur HTML down pat, i wouldn't try it......

    hell, I couldn't even do a site with Notepad......

    I mean, I could do most of it in Notepad, but I'd have to edit it in Frontpage or something eventually.....

    my personal favorite is Frontpage 2000.....haven't had a chance to get 2002 yet, but I LOOOOVVVVEEE Frontpage, it rocks!!!

    Ive made 3 sites with it, and I consider them decent.......lol

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Originally posted by metalrebelzz@26 March 2003 - 05:41
    lol Notepad hahahahahaahha

    unless u REALLY know ur HTML down pat, i wouldn't try it......

    hell, I couldn't even do a site with Notepad......

    I mean, I could do most of it in Notepad, but I'd have to edit it in Frontpage or something eventually.....

    my personal favorite is Frontpage 2000.....haven't had a chance to get 2002 yet, but I LOOOOVVVVEEE Frontpage, it rocks!!!

    Ive made 3 sites with it, and I consider them decent.......lol
    Seriously, I know just about what every line of html does and I could more than likely get a page up with notepad. But there are just to many lines to memorize all I mean think about it... tables, cells, rows, columns, and then the always hated filters. I am a whiz with html but notepad isnt the way to go. I use Stones WebWriter. Its free and works just as good as Coffeecup. Also it comes with a tutorial and a tooltip option in case you are new at html. Download it here
    One tip though, when installing it when it asks for a key press cancel. The key is only if you plan to use it for commercial use and not private.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    I like frontpage myself. just dont mess around with anything that would require frontpage extensions (databasing and stuff like that, but like you said, youre a beginner)

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Netscape Composer... is a good one.. you can get this by downloading th Netscape browser... or if you already have the netscape browser then you should have composer

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    Namo webeditor 5.0, eysy and have it all.

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    I always use notepad, if you know html, this IS the way to go. Editors always put useless code in pages.
    For rollovers, imagemaps and slices in general i use Photoshop/Imageready, and cut/paste it into the page.

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    I would say notepad also but then there's UltraEdit (http://www.UltraEdit.com) its like a SSJ Notepad

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