HTML or Front page?

India
February 10, 2007 12:46pm CST
Hey all you fellow web page designers!!!! Amature or other wise.. I'd like to know... what kind of web designing are you comfortable with. I like to do it through HTML. I know... long stings.. but It'swhat I've learnt. If there's a simpler and more user friendly web designer... please let me know... it'll be a great help to organize my college film festival's Website. Cheers! Raghav
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7 responses
@imsilver (1669)
• Canada
11 Feb 07
Dreamweaver is a good program for designing webpages. I self-taught myself html in order to design my pages because I hate most of the instant page creators online. I want to be in complete control of every aspect of my page... lol.. as soon as I learnt it all I got introduced to programs like Dreamweaver and HTMLkit... lol.. oh well.. Right now I use the HTMLkit because it's got TIDY with it (a program that checks your pages for errors and points them out to you)
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• India
18 Feb 07
Thanks. but one question... does HTMLkit come free or do I have to buy it? I don't make enough on myLot to pay for softwares of that kind LOL!
@cblackink (969)
• United States
11 Feb 07
I really prefer FrontPage. It's just faster and more user friendly and if you just need to tweak the HTML a little, just go to the HTML page and do so.
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@lefty999 (148)
• Belgium
11 Feb 07
i use dreamwaever for the big part of designing and then edit or add things in html or php :p
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@kartikeya (167)
• India
10 Feb 07
the most comfortable way to make it through dreamweaver and flash. even i don't know those s/w very much but my brother is a web designer and now days he is using the same and also taught me.
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• India
10 Feb 07
Thanks for the information. And by the way.... I know flas is open source... but what about dreamweaver???? and how user friendly is it???? I really appreciate your immediate respons by the way. You can expect your rating to expect by atleast one.... my courtesy
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• India
10 Feb 07
Thanks a lot.... I really appreciate your prompt response...I'm really satisfied with the info. so ur's is definitely rated a =ve. Thanks... also tell me is dreamweaver open source or do I need to buy it? How user friendly is it?
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• India
11 Feb 07
yes you need to buy it but u can download a freeware version or trial version from macromedia. even i don't know more about it but i can ask my brother who is working on it and then i will back to u.......
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@sunita64 (6474)
• India
18 Feb 07
Well with front page you feel that you are making an ordinary word document, while when you use html it gives you a feeling that you are doing something more creative and you are master creator.If you want any suggestions regarding websites you should join webmasters forum that is betlik com, that is full of web designers and they are constantly discussion new innovations in designing.
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• India
18 Feb 07
Thanks for the info. I'll join up and also is there any site/ forum for amateur designers?
@chargoans (940)
• United States
18 Feb 07
I have only done three pages in the past, but I used an HTML editor named Coffee Cup which has the option for WYSIWYG design (except for the free trial download). It was fairly user-friendly. The second one I used HTML in notepad. And the last one was HTML with Flash.
• India
18 Feb 07
Ok I'll try out coffee cup.. thanks for sharing . am I too hopeful to ask whether it's open source?
@wahmbuddy (392)
• Canada
11 Feb 07
I use NVU also. I'm starting to go in an just edit the html code myself but when creating pages, I start out with NVU. It works ok and it's free.
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