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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-26-2004, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Webpage creator programs?

I have dreamweaver MX right now but I don't really have the time to learn to use it. What are some good programs where I don't have to learn html? I've had a domain for a while and want to get a basic page up and running
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-26-2004, 02:10 PM
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Web Eazy 5.0, Web page Pro and a few others that places liek Best Buy have. Most are WYSIWYG programs.

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i was gonna recommend what you already have prolly one of the best programs to use.

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dreamweaver isn't that tough...just play with a tutorial or two and you'll be using it pretty fast in no time at all
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dreamweaver isn't that tough...just play with a tutorial or two and you'll be using it pretty fast in no time at all
dreamweaver MX is SO EASY to use.. just play around you will figure out how it works.

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just use MS Word if you want the easiest possible way to make an HTML page.
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-26-2004, 02:54 PM
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Many web hosts have free templates that are a breeze to setup. You will of course be limited to the parameters of the template but this should be a good start.

I use WebHost4Life for some of my personal stuff.

When looking for a host choose one that offers an interactive control panel.
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Be a man and write it in HTML in notepad!!!!

I used a combo of notepad and dreamweaver MX and Photoshop 7.

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Be a man and write it in HTML in notepad!!!!

I used a combo of notepad and dreamweaver MX and Photoshop 7.
Ya dude, youd be surprised what you can learn in notepad, or like i use wordpad since it doesnt screw up your layout as much.

Everyting I've done on this site has been done in wordpad, I have never used any web creator software.

If ya got any questions I'm sure we can help ya out.




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Ya dude, youd be surprised what you can learn in notepad, or like i use wordpad since it doesnt screw up your layout as much.

Everyting I've done on this site has been done in wordpad, I have never used any web creator software.

If ya got any questions I'm sure we can help ya out.
Except for ready to go vBulletin

Dude, Nick other than Word, Dreamweaver is the easiest/most powerfull editor.
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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-27-2004, 10:39 AM
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I've had pretty good luck with NetObjects Fusion. More powerful than FrontPage, but just as easy to use. Dreamweaver is probably one of the most powerful, advanced web programs out there - but it's not very easy to use.

http://www.netobjects.com

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-27-2004, 03:12 PM
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Except for ready to go vBulletin

Dude, Nick other than Word, Dreamweaver is the easiest/most powerfull editor.

LOL, bulletin is not as ready to go as it seems, and like I said All the work I do is in notepad, This board aint stock All the mods and custom stuff is done in wordpad.




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The only other prog that I can think of that is fairly easy is Frontpage.

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