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Anonymous
September 29, 2005 9:24:21 PM

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I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
bit obtuse I find...
Thanks all in advance

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Anonymous
September 29, 2005 9:24:22 PM

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Take a look at this list of FREE web tools. You may find one that you like.
However, FrontPage is about as easy as it gets.


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"MattW" <mw668@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
> friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
> I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
> bit obtuse I find...
> Thanks all in advance
>
>
Anonymous
September 29, 2005 9:24:22 PM

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Forgot the link. Here it is:
http://www.webattack.com/freeware/categories/13/


"MattW" <mw668@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:RtadnQ6LhZ0ZxqHeRVn-iw@rogers.com...
>I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
> friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
> I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
> bit obtuse I find...
> Thanks all in advance
>
>
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Anonymous
September 29, 2005 9:24:22 PM

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If you download the Mozilla browser (not Firefox) from www.mozilla.org, it
includes an html editor. You can then use the browser to check cross-browser
compatibility. Front Page, with the default settings, adds Internet
Explorer-only, non-W3C compliant extensions to the page code.

"MattW" wrote:

> I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
> friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
> I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
> bit obtuse I find...
> Thanks all in advance
>
>
>
Anonymous
September 30, 2005 1:58:16 AM

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notepad is the only HTML editor you will ever need. and it is free. LEARN
HTML not how to point and click a website.

Vincent Lape
"MattW" <mw668@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:RtadnQ6LhZ0ZxqHeRVn-iw@rogers.com...
>I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
> friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
> I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
> bit obtuse I find...
> Thanks all in advance
>
>
Anonymous
September 30, 2005 1:53:28 PM

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Yeah, I agree with "jonah" ..............
The original poster said "web page" & not "web site" so if he (she?) already
has the latest office suite or an earlier one plus Publisher installed then
that is the way to go.
Next in line is maybe if you have an early install of the Netscape suite,
there is a "composer" in that.




"jonah" <jonah@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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> On Thu, 29 Sep 2005 17:24:21 -0400, "MattW" <mw668@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>>I want to design a web page and was wondering if there is a real user
>>friendly, free/minimal charge software anyone could recommend.
>>I've been fooling around with MS Frontpage in my initial attempts. It's a
>>bit obtuse I find...
>>Thanks all in advance
>>
> Dreamweaver, Front Page etc are quite difficult to learn initially. MS
> Publisher or Adobe Pagemaker 7 allow you to drag and drop graphics and
> text and then (Save as) publish to the web, much easier but expensive
> as is DWMX and not for the faint hearted.
>
> If you want quick and simple go to
>
> http://order.1and1.co.uk/
>
> Get yourself a hosting package - its dirt cheap then you get a very
> easy online website building tool which is basically a glorified
> wizard. + the help pages are very well written for newbies. I know
> some very inexperienced people who have built entire commercial
> websites using one and ones' basic tools. Look very obviously "off the
> shelf" but they work just fine.
>
> Other commercial hosts do much the same thing but 1&1 is the most
> painless if you are willing to read the help files and not just stab
> in the dark.
>
> Jonah
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