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I was just curious on what are good web site designers and the pros and cons of each program. I already know of frontpage but curious of others.
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Well first of all, if there is a web designer program that is free to download, then you know it is not going to be very good.

Frontpage is ok but i don't really prefer it.

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i think Dreamweaver is good for you ,i like to use the Dreamweaver software fist time.
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I find Dreamweaver 8 is pretty nice, if you are little bit advance knowledge it can save your time as well.
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Yeah, Dreamweaver is great.

My first attempt I used Microsoft Publisher, it was ultra easy to use...but the results were not good. I then tried Frontpage, eventually ending up with Dreamweaver. It took a few days to get the hang of it, but the results look so much better than Publisher.
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I agree with the 3 above comments. Dreamweaver is probably the best GUI wed developement software around.

However I personally feel that NOTHING beats a GOOD text editor that does color formating for code. Like Editpad by JGSoft
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notepad++ is good, i tried it, it's not only for html but for a bunch of programming languages (including python, which i am learning). i tried dreamweaver too it's awesome
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Yeah i agree with the suggestion above that dreamweaver is easy to use interface tools. Frontpage is nice and easy to use however it doesn't not have those advance tools like dreamwever. I have try textpad too and it basically same like notepad is just that textpad is a little bit advance and it can use with coldfusion. I not sure about notepad though.

Edited by juma48, 17 September 2006 - 10:44 AM.

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