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anybody have any recomendations for a program to build webpages? ive had a couple different 'trial versions' which just ran out yesterday, im thinking about frontpage but at 85$ thought id ask around here/ thanks everyone

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Use Macromedia Dreamweaver, this is by far the best HTML authoring tool on the market.

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Yep dreamweaver is great but frontpage is not as hard to learn to use.

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Well, being "old school" and writing HTML before most people even knew what the internet was, I simply us vi on a unix box ... but that's not too practical for most people *LOL*.

I've heard that Microsoft Publisher does a nice job, but it's a little cost prohibitive at $95. While I'm not much of a Netscape fan ever since version 3, they still do have a very easy to use web page making tool.

For creating a quick, "on the fly" page with lots of thumbnails, ThumbsPlus is the easiest way to go. Just show it which pictures you want, answer a couple questions, and it will build you a page complete with "clickable" thumbnails ready to post somewhere. I think ThumbsPlus has gone comercial now, but if you need a copy of the older Freeware version, let me know, as I have it on my server for download.

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Dreamweaver is very nice. I just write the HTML. Also when I see something I like on another page, I view the source and clone the code.

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I use Net Objects Fusion and have been very, very happy with it.

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As far as a med level editor Frontpage 2000 is really great! The fixed a lot of the pain in the neck problems of the earlier versions. It is part of one of the office 2000 versions. It does not require the disk to be insearted to use so you can always just find a friend to lend it to you.
(and until I got frontpage 200 I was still writing code in notepad!)

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