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Posted: 3/13/2011 2:49:10 PM EST
Last web page I made was with Front Page. I need to do another and am looking for something similar. Anyone have any good suggestions?

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Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:11:56 PM EST
Real men use notepad.

Just sayin'.

Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:14:19 PM EST
Frontpage or Dreamweaver. Honestly if you just don't want to mess with the cutting of psds, css or HTML, I'd sign up for squarespace and forget about it.

Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:15:01 PM EST
I had to take a quick trip down memory lane..

used to use this for building web pages back in the early days of teh interwebs:

http://www.arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/

surprised it's still going strong
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:15:39 PM EST
I still use frontpage but there is expression web now.
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:17:39 PM EST
Originally Posted By webtaz99:
Real men use notepad.

Just sayin'.




you misspelled "Vim".
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:39:27 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/13/2011 3:40:49 PM EST by Iram]
Depends on what you're trying to do.

If you after a cheap webpage, most low-end webhosting services will have some kind of free, usually web based, WYSIWYG type editor. I know Comcast does this, and Yahoo/Geocities both used to offer something like that (I haven't looked since the 90s).

If you want to really build professional looking websites, you're probably going to want Dreamweaver. You're also going to need to learn some HTML, CSS, javascript, and some serverside scripting language (php, asp.net, etc.). Cheap WYSIWYG type editors suck, and good WYSIWYG editors don't work well unless you have a good understanding of the underlying technologies.

EDIT: Personally I use Notepad++ for most of my web-work, and then firebug and IE8's dev tools for debugging client side scripting issues.
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:39:42 PM EST
I like Dreamweaver, it also helps with css and java.
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:41:04 PM EST
Originally Posted By FueledByGuinness:
I like Dreamweaver, it also helps with css and java.


Java or javascript?
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 3:48:04 PM EST
Originally Posted By RED_5:
I had to take a quick trip down memory lane..

used to use this for building web pages back in the early days of teh interwebs:

http://www.arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/

surprised it's still going strong


That's one of my favorites too. And it works on Macs too

you also might want to check out what's available at Tucows
http://www.tucows.com/search.html?search_scope=win&search_terms=html+editor&search_type=soft
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 4:03:03 PM EST

Originally Posted By Iram:
Originally Posted By FueledByGuinness:
I like Dreamweaver, it also helps with css and java.


Java or javascript?
javascript. Drop down menus, rollovers, etc.

Link Posted: 3/13/2011 5:28:30 PM EST
I am not looking for doing code or java or anything. Just a simple web site for a local bar. Thanks for all the replies!


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Link Posted: 3/13/2011 6:05:31 PM EST
iWeb
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 7:42:02 PM EST
Notepad++

FTMFW
Link Posted: 3/13/2011 7:43:51 PM EST
I used CoffeeCup for years, great for what you're doing.

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Link Posted: 3/13/2011 7:45:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By david_g17:
Originally Posted By webtaz99:
Real men use notepad.

Just sayin'.




you misspelled "Vim".


And you misspelled "vi"
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