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RADM Butts

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I have got forntpage but it is kind of hard to use, is there an easier or better one to use?
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Whatever you do, do not make a web page with FrontPage nor Word. Some servers have problems with FrontPage extensions and it's not worth the time to use anyway.

A free WYSIWYG editor is NVU. If you have the money, Dreamweaver is ok, but it has its quirks. You can Google for other WYSIWYG editors.

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Thanks Man

Will its files open in frontpage, because I needed to do a site for a competition?
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NVU's files will be saved as a normal *.html file and if Frontpage can open those, you'll be good to go.

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K thanks much
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You're welcome. Next time you fly by, just beam me up! :)

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