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August 16, 2005 3:57:05 PM

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As mentioned in another question, I need to design and maintain a website to
show and sell my wife's artwork. It will be as simple as I can make it, very
clean and straightforward, consisting of text and photos of the work for sale
and a method of ordering and paying. So I'm essentially looking for a
program without a lot of bells and whistles--a program that will make the
whole process as easy as possible for me. I'm a very senior citizen and
although I can slowly make my way around in this business, I'm not much of a
computer whiz.

Any suggestions?
--
Thanks, Don
Anonymous
August 16, 2005 10:38:26 PM

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Hi Don,

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX2004 is very easy to use and designs
professional looking websites. It is much easier to use then FrontPage.

Ciao . . . C.Joseph

That which a man buys too cheaply . . .
He esteems too lightly

Don wrote:
> As mentioned in another question, I need to design and maintain a website to
> show and sell my wife's artwork. It will be as simple as I can make it, very
> clean and straightforward, consisting of text and photos of the work for sale
> and a method of ordering and paying. So I'm essentially looking for a
> program without a lot of bells and whistles--a program that will make the
> whole process as easy as possible for me. I'm a very senior citizen and
> although I can slowly make my way around in this business, I'm not much of a
> computer whiz.
>
> Any suggestions?
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August 16, 2005 11:40:03 PM

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Thank you Dr. C. Joseph . . . You've confirmed what I just heard from
another source. I'll probably use it.
--
Cheers, Don


"Dr. C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T" wrote:

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> Hi Don,
>
> Macromedia Dreamweaver MX2004 is very easy to use and designs
> professional looking websites. It is much easier to use then FrontPage.
>
> Ciao . . . C.Joseph
>
> That which a man buys too cheaply . . .
> He esteems too lightly
>
> Don wrote:
> > As mentioned in another question, I need to design and maintain a website to
> > show and sell my wife's artwork. It will be as simple as I can make it, very
> > clean and straightforward, consisting of text and photos of the work for sale
> > and a method of ordering and paying. So I'm essentially looking for a
> > program without a lot of bells and whistles--a program that will make the
> > whole process as easy as possible for me. I'm a very senior citizen and
> > although I can slowly make my way around in this business, I'm not much of a
> > computer whiz.
> >
> > Any suggestions?
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Anonymous
August 17, 2005 12:28:07 AM

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I don't know where in the world you are but here in the UK many ISPs provide
easy to use website building software for their customers.

E.g. Wanadoo
(http://www.wanadoo.co.uk/communicate/sitebuilder/?linkf...)
you will see it says you can build a website with easy to use with no
previous experience needed.

It may be that your ISP provides the same service?

Noel
August 17, 2005 12:28:08 AM

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Thanks for the suggestion Noel. I'm in Alberta, Canada. I checked with my
provider and they provide free webpage space but no website building
instructions.
Not a problem. I'll probably wind up going with Front Page if I can't find
anything easier and simpler.
--
Cheers, Don


"Noel S Pamfree" wrote:

> I don't know where in the world you are but here in the UK many ISPs provide
> easy to use website building software for their customers.
>
> E.g. Wanadoo
> (http://www.wanadoo.co.uk/communicate/sitebuilder/?linkf...)
> you will see it says you can build a website with easy to use with no
> previous experience needed.
>
> It may be that your ISP provides the same service?
>
> Noel
>
>
>
August 17, 2005 11:33:14 AM

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Hello, Don.

I represent a group of high-skilled freelance web-developers, who can
help you by creating a website and deploying it in the Internet. Our
fees are $5-$7 per working hour.

It looks like you need an online storefront with easy-to-use content
management system, and I will gladly prepare and send to you a detailed
description of this project with costs estimation.

Best regards,
Eugene.
August 17, 2005 12:37:25 PM

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Thanks again for all the suggestions. I'll consider them all.
--
Cheers, Don


"Eugene" wrote:

> Hello, Don.
>
> I represent a group of high-skilled freelance web-developers, who can
> help you by creating a website and deploying it in the Internet. Our
> fees are $5-$7 per working hour.
>
> It looks like you need an online storefront with easy-to-use content
> management system, and I will gladly prepare and send to you a detailed
> description of this project with costs estimation.
>
> Best regards,
> Eugene.
>
>
!