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mizzkira

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I was using front page. But my computer fried and is beyond fixing. I bought a new one but we couldn't afford xp pro. So I have no frontpage. Is there anything out there free that I can use? I don't know how to do the websites without it. I am running a business online and really need that program. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! My members (and customers) are getting anxious since the website hasn't been able to be updated.
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I'm looking at your other topic now, but to answer your question here you may use these free ones:

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thank you. I have one more question. I saved my web files from front page. will they still work with these? If not no biggie i will redo the site.
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I haven't used Frontpage for a long time now, but I assume they are saved as .htm or .html extensions right? That's no problem. They can be used by any HTML editors, so no need to redo the site.
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thank you. you just saved my butt lol
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notepad is always the way to go :tazz:
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:tazz: Yeah, I like Notepad also since it doesn't use much resource by itself. Actually a good learning method for HTML also. But with more complicated code, it's probably best to use a HTML Editor.

And the user mizzkira mentioned not knowing how to create a web page without a HTML editor. ;)
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I don't know how to use those either!! LOL I looked at both and am so confused. Frontpage doens't have all the html there while you are building. I never did it that way. So i'm so confused. Got any suggestions?
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:tazz:  Yeah, I like Notepad also since it doesn't use much resource by itself.  Actually a good learning method for HTML also.  But with more complicated code, it's probably best to use a HTML Editor.

And the user mizzkira mentioned not knowing how to create a web page without a HTML editor. ;)

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I don't know why I didn't think of this earlier :tazz:, but there is a free version of FrontPage called FrontPage Express. It's a lite version, but hopefully it will be more familiar to you.

I tried looking for it on the Microsoft site, but just did a search and found the download here. Install that and see if you like this HTML editor.
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thank you i'll try that one. I am a pain in the butt i know! lol
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If you can afford it, I would use Dreamweaver. I think its just great and i hope that Adobe doesnt mess it up when they acquire Macromedia
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i tried that it's not as good as my one on xp pro but it'll do the trick thanks!
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