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Thread: Whats The Easiest Website Design Program?

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    :helpsmile:

    Thanks for having a look at my thread

    I wanna make a website for my band and although ive been tinkering with computers for around 6 years ive never tried to make a website. Ive heard you can download a program to do it and was wandering which is the easiest/best one to use?
    Any suggestions? (Im using win2kpro with 512k cable)
    Regards...
    Mike.

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    If you want a WYSIWYG Editor (What you see is what you get) I would suggest either Macromedia Dreamweaver, or Microsoft Frontpage; If I were you I would recommend Dramweaver, as it is a better program IMHO.

    However, you may want to learn the HTML and the basics(instead of using a program to code for you) to start designing a web page. You can find good tutorails on HTML via Google.

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    FrontPage... how can you give the innocent sheep advice like that?

    Once you learn HTML, you'll find that WYSIWYG editors actually restrict you. This is when EMACS / Notepad / Joe etc. become your best friend.

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    Originally posted by Metallian@18 February 2004 - 18:10
    Thanks for having a look at my thread
    You are welcome
    <span style='color:black'> I am a part of all that I have met - Lord Tennyson</span>
    <span style='color:blue'>Try not to let your mind wander...it is too small and fragile to be out by itself</span>

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    thanks for the advice&#33;
    Im gonna have a look at html now see how hard it seems. If it looks like it&#39;ll take more than a couple o&#39;days to learn to a usable standard I think ill just use a program. Would be cool though if some one asks me if I know about computers I can say YES&#33; I CODE HTML B)

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    Originally posted by haxor41789@19 February 2004 - 00:27
    FrontPage... how can you give the innocent sheep advice like that?

    Once you learn HTML, you&#39;ll find that WYSIWYG editors actually restrict you. This is when EMACS / Notepad / Joe etc. become your best friend.
    I know, I know. FrontPage is horrible.

    I was just listing two of the most popular for newbies.

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    LOL. I&#39;m just basing my opinion on reputation. I avoid Windows like the plague.

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    Originally posted by haxor41789@20 February 2004 - 22:34
    LOL. I&#39;m just basing my opinion on reputation. I avoid Windows like the plague.
    Smart move, indeed.

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    Ok so.. :helpsmile:
    Im trying to use dreamweaver and the backround picture I wanna use is small but the program wont lemme resize it to fit the backround it just tiles it which looks crap. Whats a good simple free image editor?
    Regards...
    Mike.

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