What is the best web design software for a novice using a PC?
I have registered a few domain names through godaddy and I would like to design some custom websites that are better than just the plain page with the blue links. Is there software that is good for a beginner and has pretty powerful web tools? Also, what do I have to do on godaddy’s end to have my website displayed on the internet. Do they have a page and/or size limit?
Microsoft’s Front Page is finished. There is no current version. Drewamweaver is the industry standard. However, it is expensive and you are a novice. Use the free, open source package, NVU. It’s development environment is similar to Dreamweaver’s so if you ever feel the need to power up, you will already be comfortable working that way.
What is the best Web design software program to use?
I love to do Web design, but I’ve only used Yahoo’s Geocities Web design program. I would like a more professinal software/program. Any suggestions?
Mozilla’s NVU is my choice. FREE! Includes all the HTML tools.
What are the best web design software to create a web site that functions like yahoo answers?
What are the best web design/programing software to create a web site from scratch that looks and functions like yahoo answers?
I would more so like to know what the industry standard is regardless of skill level like if I hired someone to do this what would I want them to be proficient in
One word: php
what are some successful, well known websites created in dreamweaver web design software?
I want to know of any well known websites that are now established as massive web companies that were created in dreamweaver web design software. Answers would be be much appreciated. Thank you.
Dreamweaver is just a program used to write the code. It’s not really obvious if it was used to create a site. If it was a framework, like Joomla, or WordPress then that would be different. But because it just writes code, it too hard to distinguish between Dreamweaver, or just notepad. And if they are a big and successful site, they would take out any tags that might identify how the site was created.
The short answer is, you’ll never really know.
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