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Whats the best "bang for the buck" website developement software on the market? Opinions?

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Sorry for the "software" spelling. On a strange, old and worn out keyboard at work.
 

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yes, and stay away from frontpage if possible, a nasty peice of software that one.
 

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Hey Snoopy,

Frontpage is alright, you just have to know how to handle it. LOL

Domaindirk, check out 1st page 2000 at http://www.evrsoft.com/products/ - it's free and not bad imo.

But if you have the money, you can't go far wrong with dreamweaver and fireworks.
 

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Use frontpage too, works okay (or well enough) though would pick up dreamweaver one day
 
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I like HotDog Pro, but that's mainly because I started on it!
 

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Thanks for all the suggestions and help gang. I think I will take a look at the Dreamweaver package. Have tried FrontPage with descent results.

DD
 

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I highly recommend Pico. Or for you Windows users, Notepad. :D
 

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Hands down Macromedia software RULE !!!
 

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Originally posted by domaindirk
Whats the best "bang for the buck" website developement software on the market? Opinions?

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DD

Dreamweaver is the way to go. ;)
 

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I too, am interested in exploring web development. Which is the easiset tool for a newbie that only knows basic HTML?

Frontpage
Fireworks
Dreamweaver
 

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Originally posted by brn2h8
I too, am interested in exploring web development. Which is the easiset tool for a newbie that only knows basic HTML?

Frontpage
Fireworks
Dreamweaver

IMO, dreamweaver :cool:
 
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mole

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Originally posted by snoopy
yes, and stay away from frontpage if possible, a nasty peice of software that one.

Why's that, snoops? Which features does FP lack?
 

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mole, I always found it added a huge amount of extra code which seemed to make pages very incompatible with netscape.
 
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I won't be surprised if that's deliberate :D

To ensure your published pages are compatible with Netscape, go to Page Options > Compatibility > Both Internet Explorer and Navigator.
 
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The earlier versions of FP were a bit of a pain - simple things like not being able select and delete multiple files, toggling between pages.

FP 2002 has solved all those problems, and it includes SharePoint as a bonus.

But this version has that irritating one installation per license copy protection. So it kinda sucks, as I had to buy one copy for use in the office and one for use at home.
 
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