Whats the best webpage development software youve tried?
November 6, 2008 2:22am CST
I have tried Joomla and Frontpage, Joomla is for linux, a freeware while prontpage is for windows. I find the Frontpage easier to use, it is more user friendly. Joomla on the other hand has a fixed format that i dont know how to change. is there a better software for web page development that you have tried out?
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6 Nov 08
I started web development before there was software but I would say the first one that got my attention was DreamWeaver. I never liked Frontpage. It may be better now but I lost interest in it a long time ago. I wanted to get out of web design as it took up way too much of my time leaving me no time to have a life. I dropped a few clients and taught a few how to manage their own sites so now I only have a hand full of clients that require my services. The clients I taught to manage their own sites I taught using XSite Pro. It was easy to learn yet it had a lot of power for search engine optimization.
16 May 09
Frontpage is my first web builder software. But now i'm using Dreamweaver + Photoshop for designing, Joomla for fast build and easy manage , and Codeigniter for PHP framework / in-house development, thats very helpful for newbie like me ;)
21 Aug 09
I think yes, frontpage is best, user friendly and poweful. Its depends on you how professional and complex website u want to develop, if you r going to be more professional, try Visual studio.net or web matrix from microsoft. It includes programming if u know, if u dont know, dont worry, fontpage will do almost all the things for u.