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    Question web design software?

    anyone known how many web design software in general?

    like MS frontpage, dreamweaver, and others. i need to know so i can research them and pick the best one to buy.

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    It depends on your level of web expertise. If you're a fairly proficient coder in XHTML/CSS, you're not going to choose Frontpage to code a website - you'd choose a text editor like Crimson editor or Scite...

    How much web development expertise do you have? I recommend Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 in any case.

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    It depends. Are you going to be hand coding or do you want a WYSIWYG (drag and drop) editor?

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    How much web development expertise do you have?
    I know enuf to start an acceptable website.

    i know html and a bit about css and learning dhtml, java script and other language.

    I recommend Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 in any case.
    Dreamweaver 8 sounds great but my system only runs 98se. until i upgrade my system to xp i will try it. right now im only using softwares that my system can handle.

    It depends. Are you going to be hand coding or do you want a WYSIWYG (drag and drop) editor?
    im looking for a software that will give me WYSIWYG/hard coding or either one. i want to get all the names of the web designing/creating software so i can decide what to get.

    thanks again for the responds

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    If you're a fairly proficient coder in XHTML/CSS, you're not going to choose Frontpage to code a website
    Not exactly correct, I know many coders that use hardcode in FrontPage.
    I don't, but many do and use XHTML / CSS valid sites.


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