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  1. cd'a

    cd'a New Member

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    What is a reasonable price to pay for a copy of Frontpage? Feel free to give me a link?
     
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    microsoft doesn't make frontpage anymore
     
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    So what is the best program out there for a noob?
     
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    it has syntax highlighting, but that's about it. Nothing fancy like zend studio
     
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    Dreamweaver is very noob friendly.. lotsa tutorials for it too
     
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    A friend of mine suggested coffeecup? Has anyone heard of/used this?
     
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    eddygordouk LOLerskates and ROFLcakes

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    i suggest starting with dreamweaver, i never went back to front page after that....but that was when they both were in the infancy :mamoru:. But i still use Dreamweaver to this day, best overall web site development program if you want to learn. Of course there are others out there that best in each their own way but meh
     
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    I wouldn't suggest starting with any WYSIWYD program.
     
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    What is your reason for this?
     
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    eddygordouk LOLerskates and ROFLcakes

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    :rolleyes: you would force yourself to become a better programmer is the benefit i see but with Dreamweaver you can do both. You could even fully code in dreamweaver and hot-swap over to a WYSIWYG preview :dunno:
     
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    Ahh..I see...Well from what I've seen you can do both with this coffeecup software as well. Interested in learning to program but more interested in getting a web site up and operational soon. Programing is a valuable skill but takes time :hsd:
     
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    eddygordouk LOLerskates and ROFLcakes

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    basically thats my stance on it. I began to design webpages way back by coding but once i started using dreamweaver, production skyrocketed. Now that I have a decent idea of it all Im going back to learn HTML more indepth while also delving into PHP and the others :wiggle:
     

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