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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Tboh, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. Tboh

    Tboh

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    Guys,

    I need to make a web page and need a good WYSIWYG.

    I need to have a unique @______._____

    Any Ideas?
    Thanks
     
  2. Notrega

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    I use Dreamweaver... pretty good...
     

  3. David_G17

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    dreamweaver, or if you must, a recent version of frontpage.

    i use dreamweaver mx at work a lot. seems to crash often, fwiw.

    it could be b/c of poor php support, which may not be of concern to you.
     
  4. hwyhobo

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    Notepad and this link. It's not WYSIWYG, but it will get the job done quickly and it's $0.
     
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    Furant Millennium Member

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    Well, perhaps for a happy medium between full WYSIWYG and text editing, you might want to look at 1st Page 2006 by EvrSoft. I used 1st Page 2000 quite a bit and it made it relatively easy to learn HTML, and even easier to quickly edit and review your changes through the preview windows.

    I've never used Dreamweaver, but Frontpage and Word's save as HTML feature create atrocious HTML code that takes forever to load for all but the simplest pages. You're also likely to have significant differences in the way things are rendered by the different browsers out there based upon their varying compliance to HTML standards.

    Probably not what you wanted to hear, but that's my experience.

    Joey
     
  6. Tboh

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    Thanks guys. It looks like dreamweaver is the ticket then. I need a way to get some retiil and chat stuff going. I've heard lots of -ve about frontpage and HTML would be a bugger. I'll source a copy and get to it.

    Thanks.