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    Smile Create Static Website

    Hi Folks,

    I am new to create static website and HTML. I have created two applications using Asp.net/Visual Studio. I am wondering how i can make static website.
    I found built in templates on web hosting site is easy to change, I can also try to use Ms Expression Web/Ms Front Page but unable to measure which one is better for maintaing pointing of view. How i can easily create graphics logo.
    I heard Corel Draw is good one.
    Do i have to buy licence to upload site built by Ms Expression Web/Ms Front Page.

    Could any body share his/her experience about creating static website.

    You help is greatly appreciated.

    Chao

    RS

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    By "Static" you mean the web page doesn't change, right? Just making sure we are on the same page.

    I won't use Frontpage. I believe you have to pay for that program. If you know how to code, use Notepad++ to do it. Easy and free. If you don't, I'd avoid the designer in Frontpage (or Dreamweaver which is what I use) and just code it there.

    For graphics, I use Photoshop, but there are much cheaper alternatives out there.
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    Frontpage is not standards compliant for the latest Web standards. You are better off using DW or notepad++.
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