06-02-2004, 03:11 AM #1ken2288GuestFront Page Type Software for MAC?
Hey guys I just got my first Mac a couple of weeks ago. I was wondering what type of software you guys use for webpage development and editing. I just want to use something that is simple and easy to use, also something that cost very little will be nice. I use to just use Frontpage (microsoft) with my old pc. Thanks for all the help.
06-02-2004, 08:19 AM #2koswoGuestOriginally Posted by ken2288
I'm not yet a Mac user, but I know Macromedia has a Mac-version of Dreamweaver. I use Dreamweaver on my pc, it really is a very complete tool for webdesign! You can download a trial version from www.macromedia.com.
06-02-2004, 10:09 AM #3pcjabberGuest
Gotta love Dreamweaver. Yep, you can pick up a mac version of Dreamweaver.
Of course, if you are into just raw code, pick up a copy of BBedit. I know I'll be doing both.
06-02-2004, 11:06 AM #4
you can also try macromedia contribute, its basicaly for editing existing web pages and its cheaper then dreamweaver. you can get trial at micromedia site. first try, then buy.
06-03-2004, 01:02 AM #5ken2288Guest
I looked in to dreamweaver but it is still out of my price range I was looking at apples website and found a software called freeway express by softexpress. Has anyone have experience with this software.
06-04-2004, 02:34 PM #6
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Hmm... apart from WYSIWYG type web design software, which DW falls into. For the hardcore coder (those that normally use Notepad or something,) then I would recommend you download BBEdit from barebones You can get the demo version for evaluation.
For the price there are more features than you need.
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