Whats the best webpage development software youve tried?

@kens425 (436)
Spain
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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@tutuma (17)
• China
6 Nov 08
oh, there's also one easy way to do this work, you can use templates from some web2.0 sites..
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@kens425 (436)
• Spain
7 Nov 08
i was trying it awhile ago, it is really easy in that website, thanks
• New York, New York
28 Jan 14
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@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
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.
@kens425 (436)
• Spain
7 Nov 08
hey there, It really very educational for starters like me to listen to experts like you. thanks for the information you shared, i will try that too, is that software dowmloadable?
@jelai24 (221)
• Philippines
6 Nov 08
yeah i agree that frontpage software is easy to use...you gather some information and you will paste it what part of the webpage you want....it is easy rather than the codes in programming...
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@kens425 (436)
• Spain
7 Nov 08
well frontpage removes all the code making programming work, its a short cut, but when i see different websites and try to imitate them, i cant do it in frontpage, hopefully i can learn hear in mylot by posting. :)
@miketagz (7499)
• Philippines
6 Nov 08
Its more better to use Adobe Macromedia Dreamweaver, its more great features than any other web page development. :D
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@kens425 (436)
• Spain
7 Nov 08
ok thanks for the info, ill try that
@yahoo4 (80)
• Bangladesh
30 Dec 08
Joomla is my favorite web page making software.
• Indonesia
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 ;)
• New York, New York
28 Jan 14
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• Pakistan
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.