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    LucifersChylde11
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    Smile Web Design Advice.

    I have been out of the web design loop for quite some time now, more than just a couple of years, unfortunately. To my dismay, I was very used to the WYSIWYG style of site designing that programs like Frontpage and some others provided. I am now trying to get back into designing, but have been unable to find anything that I am ultimately comfortable with. If anyone has some suggestions I am open to trying them. I can do some regular text based HTML coding, but do not particularly care for attempting to design entire sites in that manner. And thank you to everyone so far that has welcomed me to the site, and helped me along thus far. You have all been great.

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    If You Can Adobe Dreamweaver Is The Best Tho $399 but they have new licensing models with subscriptions If Interested..

    there are many wysiswyg editors out there here is a free one

    http://virtualcustoms.net/showthread...elopement-Tool

    tho if your going to right into it i do highly recommend dreamweaver..
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    Heya Toady,

    Thanks for the advice, I have looked at Adobe Dreamweaver on Youtube, and actually like the way it looks. I however cannot afford that kind of cash at the moment. I'm also not sure what you meant by them having new licensing models with subscriptions. What exactly does that involve? Again, Thank You for your help, your advice has been very helpful and informative.

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    Dreamweaver is the way to go bud,

    But this is a very complex program, but it is very self explainable too, this is one kickass powerfull program bud, and i think you are gonna like it
    if there anything else we can i can help you with please dont hold back bud

    my advice too you bud is to download a free html/css/php template from the net, and open the different files in dreamweaver.
    wen i started learning css and stuff (a few years from now tho 8-10), i did it that way, and i learned alot form it to, thats the way i started, just read the source code, and looking at the different strings i now its booooooring too, hehe, but dont give up, you will get there

    in a way you are not so far behind, cuz its just been released (well its maybe going on a year old now) a new coding language html5 and bud, deeeam its alot of new stuff so i have too sit down and freshen up my webskills soon too i think, in the near future

    happy coding bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by LucifersChylde11 View Post
    Heya Toady,

    Thanks for the advice, I have looked at Adobe Dreamweaver on Youtube, and actually like the way it looks. I however cannot afford that kind of cash at the moment. I'm also not sure what you meant by them having new licensing models with subscriptions. What exactly does that involve? Again, Thank You for your help, your advice has been very helpful and informative.

    LC
    Yeah if your say a student and enrolled in a course and provide proof you get a massive discount on buying it.

    they have monthly subscription where you pay a monthly fee $19.99-$50 a month

    worth checking out
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    LucifersChylde11
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    Thanks a bunch Toady and designfjotten, I truly appreciate the help and advice you have both given me. I am going to see what I can do about getting Dreamweaver as soon as I am able. I look forward to getting back into designing. It is something that I enjoyed a great deal way back when. Lol

    Thanks again guys.

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