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    What is the best software to use for website building?

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    What is the best software to use for website building?
    i know there is dream weaver and you can use notepad and stuff but is there any others?

    im just starting to understand CSS and HTML and im a student and study web design so is there any of type of software what can help me design sites??

    cheers

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    Well, I use Dreamweaver, but I can understand if you're looking for something cheaper. I've heard good things about Coffee Cup, and there's a free version.

    Try that out.

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    Hi,

    If you are familiar with Dreamweaver than no one is better than it.
    Last edited by WA; 02-02-2010 at 10:20 AM.

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    It's ALL about Notepad++. It's a Freeware text editor geared towards programming. It's much better to learn by hand coding anyway. Applications like Dreamweaver lose their usefulness if you don't know how to manually adjust the bad code it can occasionally throw at you.

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    I think its a general misconception that people who use dreamweaver know nothing about coding.
    I use dreamweaver & know about coding, I prefer to work from a colour & design perspective though so I use dreamweavers design mode.
    Since dw8 did away with tables I see alot of people in a pickle over this, and I dont blame them they are very handy. Ive seen very few tablesless websites that are inspiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark P View Post
    Ive seen very few tablesless websites that are inspiring.
    Then you need to get out more.

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    If you need tableless inspiration, have a look at http://www.csszengarden.com/

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    I use Dreamweaver but have just gotten a free copy of Nvu and it's okay!

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    Honestly speaking I don't have any idea what are the best software to use in making a website. But when I search to the internet, I have found this Ewisoft Website Builder. It says there that it is the easiest, most powerful website builder software that you can use to create a website. It is perfect for beginners and professionals. It is so easy to use, all you have to do to start a website is edit text, insert images, and drag-and-drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauretta07 View Post
    Honestly speaking I don't have any idea what are the best software to use in making a website. But when I search to the internet, I have found this Ewisoft Website Builder. It says there that it is the easiest, most powerful website builder software that you can use to create a website. It is perfect for beginners and professionals. It is so easy to use, all you have to do to start a website is edit text, insert images, and drag-and-drop.
    Oh you are such a SPAMMER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilalamjad3 View Post
    i use Dreamweaver and Front page.
    it is a best and easy software for web building.
    You can't be serious.

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    you can use Dreamweaver and editplus for design and Know few of dynamic script ,eg
    php, perl and so on.
    Last edited by oracleguy; 02-08-2010 at 06:59 AM.

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    One of the softwares I used when i first learned how to build a website was Dreamweaver. Website building is not difficult, I think it's more difficult to decide for a fit web hosting service, this is important for the future of your website.

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    Dreamweaver may be the best one of building website . that software makes building website becomes more and more easy.

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    why not just use a CMS?


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