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Old Mar 3, 2004, 3:33pm   #1
 
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Hi Folks
Where can I get a free web site builder for a novice?

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Old Mar 3, 2004, 3:37pm   #2
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neil -

do you mean software to enable you to build a website??
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Old Mar 3, 2004, 3:56pm   #3
 
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neil started this thread Yes....like dreamweaver only very simple and cheap/free :-)
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well ms word will do web pages but it clutters them up with a lot of code.

otherwise, PM/email me and I'll see what I can do about another method.
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Macromedia Contribute is good for a novice - it's entirely WYSIWYG and make's it a doddle to update a static html website. But it will cost you about £120, I think, from somewhere like Amazon - cheaper than Dreamweaver though - which is the ferrari of web design proggies.
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Old Mar 4, 2004, 12:42pm   #6
 
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Macromedia Contribute is good for a novice - it's entirely WYSIWYG and make's it a doddle to update a static html website. But it will cost you about £120, I think, from somewhere like Amazon - cheaper than Dreamweaver though - which is the ferrari of web design proggies.
This guy is a novice; Macromedia software is for uber elite developers.

I suggest you get a book about HTML. If you need some javascript enhancements to your site, this site has lots of scripts to help make your site look more stylish/high-tech.

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Old Mar 4, 2004, 1:37pm   #7
 
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Macromedia Contribute is good for a novice - it's entirely WYSIWYG and make's it a doddle to update a static html website. But it will cost you about £120, I think, from somewhere like Amazon - cheaper than Dreamweaver though - which is the ferrari of web design proggies.
Russ. ...No-not a novice. I had used the full Macromedia in the past but have been out of practice for a few years. I taught myself HTML on Homesite a few years ago.

Sharky....Contribute will do the job.

Many thanks to all who replied.
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