i'm going to be making a site for a non-profit organization, and after i make it, they want to really take it over,(i.e. edit it), i personally use Hotdog suite to do my pages... but i feel that this would be too much for them. what would be a good editor that is easy and will maintain, or not change dramatically the code that i have written (like netscape composer does). Frontpage.? i dunno... give me your opinions..
We do that for clients a lot.
We set up templates and then they only change the specified bits.
I agree - HotDog is the best.
You can also set up templates in Dreamweaver and then "lock" the areas they cannot change and the code will not be affected, only the bits you specify can be altered.
The problem is - with it being a Non-profit organistion, how much budget have they got to spend on software?
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and the problem i had with handing hot dog to them is that it's basically a code editor, and they don't know how to code a webpage. i was hoping i could get them on a graphics based editor. something where they can look at the page, and change it... and i know that netscape can do it, but it changes the whole page everything you save it, therefore causing it to not look like it did before. these people aren't what u'd call "computer people". ha