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PEE Poll: What is the best website building programs?
Microsoft Frontpage   -0 (0%)
Dream Weaver   -4 (100%)
Msn   -0 (0%)
Geocities page builder   -0 (0%)
Adobe Page Mill   -0 (0%)
Total Voters: 4

f_r

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« on: 07-12-2004 23:08 »

Just out of curiosity and the fact that i wish to improve my site, i want to know what is your favourite website making program?
sexyrexy

Poppler
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« Reply #1 on: 07-12-2004 23:59 »

All of the programs you mentioned suck something terrible, with the exception of Dreamweaver which is the choice of professionals. However, nothing beats writing the code yourself - HTML is very easy to learn and anyone wanting to make a website should put forth the basic effort to master the language.
f_r

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« Reply #2 on: 07-13-2004 00:11 »

I have used quite a bit of HTML typing, but u can encounter some problems as I found out
P.S. Welcome to PEEL
sexyrexy

Poppler
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« Reply #3 on: 07-13-2004 00:37 »

Thanks... what problems could one possibly encounter in writing the code oneself vs. having a program try to interpret one's intentions as performed through an imperfect GUI?
Birdbot

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« Reply #4 on: 07-13-2004 00:39 »

Any simple text editor, such as Notepad or WordPad. Writing HTML is the best way. If you need help, post a topic here or search the internet. Brinkster's CodeBank is useful for HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
As well as C# (C-Sharp), J# (J-Sharp), XML, C++ .NET, Visual Basic Script, and Visual Basic .NET
f_r

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« Reply #5 on: 07-13-2004 00:40 »

There are problems like layout (thats the main one i foun)
germanfryfan

The Listmaker
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« Reply #6 on: 07-13-2004 17:20 »

Nothing beats a simple text-editor and coding HTML, CSS and any scripting language on your own. For this I always use UltraEdit (has a good tag-highlight plugin for HTML, CSS, C++, Java, JavaScript, and many other languages).

When I started with HTML 6 years ago in school we used a WYSIWYG editor but still had to code on our own. This was an earlier version of "hot-dog" by Sausage Software.
[AdAM]

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« Reply #7 on: 07-13-2004 19:00 »

I do all HTML coding by hand as the WYSIWYG editors screw up the code.
But I use Dreamweaver for the coding as it has great tag highlighting, auto completes attributes and a reference.
f_r

Bending Unit
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« Reply #8 on: 07-13-2004 19:26 »

then vote 4 it, every vote counts.
[AdAM]

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« Reply #9 on: 07-14-2004 19:42 »
« Last Edit on: 07-15-2004 00:00 »

Erm, yes that's what I did...
newhook_1

Urban Legend
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« Reply #10 on: 07-15-2004 12:38 »
« Last Edit on: 07-15-2004 12:38 »

I agree with Marg and GFF, notpad is the best tool for making webpages. Things just look alot better when you're able to exert direct control over them. Pages written directly in HTML are eaiser to edit as well.
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