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DJDJDJDJ
01-05-2013, 11:26 PM
Hello All,

I am planning to work on a project where I need to develope a simple, text-only website. All of the pages will be set in hierarchical fashion stemming from single root.

A million or so years ago, Microsoft Front Page had a simple way to create such a website with automatically generated menu. You could also look at the whole website structure visually and drag and drop pages to link them however you want.

Could someone please recommend a product/template that I can use for this purpose? I know I could use a simple html editor and link them manually but I think it will become a bit difficult to organise without having a way to visualise hierarchy.

Thank you for any help.

:)

Exodus_AU
01-06-2013, 12:04 AM
There are a few options, some may be expensive. A quick google can find you a lot of results.

Two that i know which are pretty common and both have trials for you to see if it meets your needs:
* Adobe Dreamweaver (http://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver.html)
* Web Page Maker (http://www.webpage-maker.com/)

You could also google free web templates and use an already coded website where you just manipulate it to your needs?

DJDJDJDJ
01-06-2013, 03:10 PM
Thank you Exodus. I have a trial copy of DreamWeaver but I am unable to find a way to easily add a menu. Do I need to use some add-on or a particular template?

Sorry about the newbie questions. I haven't touched html in a long while and need to do this a a favour for a non-profit.

Regards.



There are a few options, some may be expensive. A quick google can find you a lot of results.

Two that i know which are pretty common and both have trials for you to see if it meets your needs:
* Adobe Dreamweaver (http://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver.html)
* Web Page Maker (http://www.webpage-maker.com/)

You could also google free web templates and use an already coded website where you just manipulate it to your needs?



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