webdesign - what is the best program for designing webpages?

February 22, 2007 8:00pm CST
what is the best program in your opinion for designing webpages?
3 responses
@iwyrobi (282)
• Indonesia
23 Feb 07
well i am using photoshop for graphic and dreamweaver for the html work. i think that is the best tool now. but when i am working on linux environment i am using quanta for my html editor and gimp / krita for my graphic work.
@imsilver (1667)
• Canada
23 Feb 07
It depends on your level of knowlege with html. If your a beginner dreamweaver is a good program. I've used it before and was quite impressed. I'm completely self taught in html and css and found dreamweaver a little bit restricting. I use HTML kit right now for my pages, mostly because it comes with a program called Tidy that will check your pages and let you know if you have anything wrong before you put it up online.
• United States
23 Feb 07
It really depends on what kind of page you want to make. Generally learning HTML is preferable over using a program to make your page...or making a page using flash animation is probably most professional. But usually we pages are a mix of HTML code, and photoshop artwork. lol but to answer your questions adobe creative design 2.3 is pretty user friendly and can help a whole lot in the design process, though I think some photoshop use is required....Hope this helps!