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I'm looking to make a website though Im not that great at HTML code. Is there some really easy to uses software that I could get? I have used Dreamweaver before although it is good its quite time consuming if you know what I mean. I just want to upload photos and a bit of text and I want it to look good as well.
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A very easy way to do what you want is with .Mac. They have templates that look good, are easy to update, and it integrates directly with iPhoto for uploading pictures.

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I think rapidweaver will be the best thing for you, template based, css and image abilities, templates include apples website, if you want an apple related site or something. its by realmac software.
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A very easy way to do what you want is with .Mac. They have templates that look good, are easy to update, and it integrates directly with iPhoto for uploading pictures.
Yea .Mac looks good the thing is I already have a domain name that i pay yearly for.
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freeway is pretty cool
http://www.softpress.com/en/downloads
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Adobe GoLive CS that is the best ive EVER come across.
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Try Site Studio. Very simple. Similar to Rapid Weaver, but I prefer this one.

http://www.dotsw.com/sitestudio/
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