anyone have a good program for designing web pages (preferably free)

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  1. plan-a-emcee

    plan-a-emcee ThA-Fresh-iLLmAtik-MeMbEr

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    looking for a free good program...I need to design a page..thanx plan-A
  2. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    I've had good luck with Macromedia Dreamweaver (find it with your favorite p2p client). Not free, but fairly powerful and easy-to-use.
  3. plan-a-emcee

    plan-a-emcee ThA-Fresh-iLLmAtik-MeMbEr

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  4. Pol

    Pol Stuck on the M1 <img src="images/smilies/shakehead Staff Member Super Mod

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    Do you have Microsoft Office?...Ifsothen you should have a copy
    of Front Page Express....you can build websiteswith this program
  5. trixta

    trixta New Member

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    notepad is good
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    Kristert New Member

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    Pol: That is a WYSIWYG. It sucks.
    trixta: You need to know HTML to do that. Or PHP or something like that.

    I haven't tried Dream Weaver, but I've seen some web-pages made in it. It's supposed to be a great program.
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    dmark32 New Member

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  8. Pol

    Pol Stuck on the M1 <img src="images/smilies/shakehead Staff Member Super Mod

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    I know it sucks Kris but it's free with Windows...i used Notepad my self and started from scratch but it's a lot more work
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    damicatz New Member

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    If you are going with WYSIWYG Dreamweaver is the way to go. Sure it's expensive but at least it makes proper HTML. Dreamweaver also has an excellent layout mode for working with tables.

    Also never use Microsoft Office to make webpages. It adds enough useless data into the HTML file to make it's size 4 or more times bigger than it would be if it was designed with another HTML editor.
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    I had a grand time using HotDog about 2-3 years ago, and I do remember you can get the demo for free with most of the functions intact.
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    sorry that link is temporarily down, because 1st page is about to issue a new version:

    But this link was still active when I checked 3 minutes ago

    http://download.yohost.com/1stpage.htm

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