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07-10-00, 05:38 PM   #1  
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good low-cost, easy-to-use program for web page building? Tried all the shareware trial versions at www.winfiles.com and the only one I really liked was CoolPage; unfortunately it seems to have a glitch - created pages preview fine in Netscape, but jumbled and misformatted in IE 5 (and of course you can't get any technical assistance until you shell out some $$$). Looking for a program that is basically wysiwyg and with capability to custom arrange page elements (a lot of the programs collect your input and then auto arrange everything). Thanks.

 
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07-10-00, 08:25 PM   #2  
www.cool-page.com
www.godaddy.com


pages.prodigy.com/Hippie/

try these...

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07-19-00, 12:41 PM   #3  
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jw street:
Does anyone have any recommendations for a good low-cost, easy-to-use program for web page building? Tried all the shareware trial versions at www.winfiles.com and the only one I really liked was CoolPage; unfortunately it seems to have a glitch - created pages preview fine in Netscape, but jumbled and misformatted in IE 5 (and of course you can't get any technical assistance until you shell out some $$$). Looking for a program that is basically wysiwyg and with capability to custom arrange page elements (a lot of the programs collect your input and then auto arrange everything). Thanks.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

***Try "Front Page Express" from MS. Very easy to use for beginers and advanced. Understood by both browsers with some minor alterations of the HTML code. Available for free at MS site. There are much better programs out there but do you have a command of HTML? Check out www.bigmikeplaces.com all done in F.P.E. Not as fancy as some but gets the job done.


 
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07-27-00, 09:17 PM   #4  
Macromedia makes great web products. Dreamweaver is by far the best web creation program you can buy ($$). I also use Claris Homepage and Adobe PageMill. Both are great for new artists!

 
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08-01-00, 09:04 PM   #5  
I made a created my own web site using Trellix,

This is about the easiest web page builder I have used.
www.trellix.com

My Site
www.atozplumbing.com

 
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