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I need a progream to design my site business, an online store. The program should output html files. Please helppp....

asked Sep 14 '10 at 22:33

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I would always recommend Dreamweaver for web designing software

answered May 17 '11 at 20:51

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I would try notepad ++ free and easy to use.

answered May 17 '11 at 22:01

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I'd try using Notepad, or a plain text editor. They are free, and work very well. Just save the file as an MP3 when you are done. If you are looking for something more advanced try Dreamweaver.

answered Sep 14 '10 at 22:57

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Liam Quade

Please note that MP3 is NOT for web files. It is audio files.

(Sep 14 '10 at 23:31) Mab879 Mab879's gravatar image

Plus why should you use a plain text editor? Programs help you write the code.

(Apr 27 '11 at 08:51) nitrocrime nitrocrime's gravatar image

Cusinndzl: MP3 is audio not webpages. If you something the super easy use something like webs or yola.com. If you are looking to hand code it. I would suggest NOT spend $500+ fir Adobe Dreamweaver. I use NetBeans. Fairly easy to use. Hope this helps.

answered Sep 14 '10 at 23:30

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To Code: Linux: Geany Windows: Notepad ++ Mac Paid (absolutely amazing program): Espresso (no, that's not a typo). Mac Free: Text Wrangler

(Sep 14 '10 at 23:34) DanielHep DanielHep's gravatar image

NetBeans is not for coding websites, the closest it gets to websites are Javascript and PHP.

(Sep 14 '10 at 23:35) DanielHep DanielHep's gravatar image

I'm looking to build my site with buttons, images and everything built into an html file without the need for coding and hard stuff. I need to do it the easy way. Is Adobe Dreamweaver the only program that does this?

(Sep 14 '10 at 23:42) Brett Brett's gravatar image

Are looking to code or to use a WYSIWYG? Darn, 50 character limit needs to go!

answered Sep 14 '10 at 23:31

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I want a builder where I can just paste or input images, texts and a layout without the need for pro coding. Any suggestions for a program that could do this?

(Sep 14 '10 at 23:44) Brett Brett's gravatar image

why don't you try [site2you][1] website builder? I always use it for my "projects", really nivce service and friendly support.

answered Apr 27 '11 at 08:30

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edited May 17 '11 at 18:18

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kevin ♦♦

You can go to the website http://www.webs.com/ and there you can build your website it is easy to use and free. If you want you can get a premium plan there and have your own custom url.

answered Apr 27 '11 at 08:54

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If you don't want to use code you can buy a server then install a CMS like Joomla or Drupal.

(Apr 27 '11 at 13:02) Blagersdeath Blagersdeath's gravatar image

I use a desktop program called NetObjects Fusion. I think they are on version 11 or 12 now. I highly recommend it. But if you want another way, use wordpress or Ning. Those are the three I build all my sites with. Stay away from traps like BlueVoda and VodaHost. They will trick you into what you can actually do and make you host through their unsecured server. I had two sites hacked through them before switching.

answered Apr 27 '11 at 09:10

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Steven Hibbs

I'm currently using HTML-Kit, which is a free product very similar to Dreamweaver. But if you have lots of $$$, Dreamweaver is the way to go.

answered Apr 27 '11 at 09:56

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I currently use First Page for my coding - its free and can automate tables for you and other stuff along with having some ready made programs for you to use.

answered Apr 27 '11 at 13:58

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