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RockyIV

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Dear Guys!
Is there a tool that will enable me too make a webpage, so I dont have to learn C++ and other languages or even a software that will help me in creating a webpage? Help would be great!
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thenotch

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There are tons of them out there.

Granted, it isn't free, but the best one IMHO, is Macromedia Dreamweaver MX (you can get a free demo however from their website). There is also Macromedia HomeSite and Microsoft FrontPage (which I cannot stand) and quite a few others.

Do a Google on HTML editors or Web Design Tools and you should end up with a plethora of options.

C++ is irrelavant to webpage design. HTML, JavaScript, XML, ASP, etc are the things you need to know...
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i agree with thenotch (officially the creepiest baby picture i've ever seen by the way)....dreamweaver is one of the best...very easy to use to make simple little pages and once you learn the ins and outs of the program you can do some phenomenal stuff without having to learn as much code as doing it from scratch..
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Front page express is a really wysiwyg editor.

You can download it free anywhere off the internet.

Or just type into google 'free web building software'

Thanks! :tazz:
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I code all my webpages with notepad :tazz: As long as you know html, you shouldn't need anything more complex than notepad to create a basic website
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i have to agree with lil cat... somehow i feel like using programs like Dreamweaver and FrontPage is akin to 'cheating'... XD but that's just me. i prefer using raw HTML, and it's an easy language to learn (unlike PHP or C++). it's fairly simple to teach yourself HTML without the assistance of books or classes-- all you really need is a good Google search on tutorials. as you practice, your knowledge expands and you can do more and more things with it.

i swear by HTML-Kit for webdesign; it's handy for both beginners (has an optional auto-complete and lots of helpful form/table/etc.-building options) and more experienced users (CSS, PHP, etc. plugins).
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:tazz: There is a free one that is easy to use, and is pretty good, Its called "Trillian Webpage" It provids both code, and draw features. It is more drag and drop.
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Have you found a web page builder that you like yet? :tazz:
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Notepad is fine, IF you know the HTML code. If not, I would agree that Macromedia Dreamweaver MX is one of the better site designers out there. Here is a picture of a webage being designed in DWMX:
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It allows you to "Draw" your website, and then see the code for it. (Or vise-versa)

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