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hey, i am loking for a cheap (AKA free) alternative ot Frontpage, i am trying to learn and do my own webpages, in HTML, and stuff, i know you cna do that stuff in other programs, but i perfer frontpage like interface, so that you cna also use templates, odes open office have something simular to that?
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hey man,

If you really want to learn HTML well then i wouldnt use front page or other WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) programs. To learn it best i would simply use notepad. Save a file as ".html" and then open the program in an explorer window. My friend gave me this advice and i think its great. Using WYSIWYG web components dont allow you to learn the behind the scene scripting language. You will be able to learn HTML better by doing trial and error.

One great way is just by right clicking on a web page and selecting view source. It will give you a better understanding of the use of tables. I am in the process of writing up some tutorials for HTML but i gave you some links to get you started.

http://www.w3schools.com/html/
http://www.htmlgoodi...ers/basics.html


Also i would familiarize yourself with style sheets for they could save valueable time while editing multiple pages.

But to answer your question you could try HTML Editor 1.52.

good luck and any problems please dont hesitate to ask.

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ok, will do, thanks
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