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    I am fond of Frontpage as it is simple and easier to handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anwar001 View Post
    I am fond of Frontpage as it is simple and easier to handle.

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    i think dreamweaver is the way to go...well besides coding from hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxhead View Post
    For a newby, stuff like tables, paragraphs, images, links etc are all done perfectly by DW, but I would still recommend a beginner looks at WHAT is being done, so they have the ability to do it themselves.
    Yes, Dreamweaver does it correctly, but all depends on how the user implements these elements and that's how they end up with problems and code bloat.

    On the Dreamweaver forum, we always push that they should have a basic understanding of HTML/CSS before they even open Dreamweaver, failing that, yes, have split view open and watch how the code is added and learn from it. At least then, they'll be able to see the differences between a <p> and <table> or a <div>

    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia P View Post
    On the Dreamweaver forum, we always push that they should have a basic understanding of HTML/CSS before they even open Dreamweaver
    See I would argue from that, if you already have the basic understanding of HTML/CSS, why would you want to use Dreamweaver because its price tag certainly does not justify it as a code editor as there are more featurefilled code editors out there which are 1/10th of a price.

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    is the site you are going to be building an ecommerce site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielwku View Post
    is the site you are going to be building an ecommerce site?
    What does that have todo with the topic?

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    I'm confused by danielwku's question because I said this will be a hobbyist site...

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    BlazeEagle, he as many people do, didn't bother to read the thread, just decided to look at the last comment or two and then add some fluff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDawson View Post
    BlazeEagle, he as many people do, didn't bother to read the thread, just decided to look at the last comment or two and then add some fluff.
    Not surprised. One needs to read a thread. ;p


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