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I want to start off by saying that I have never really used a web design software before, however am in the process of starting my own small business with a few friends that is going to be based off around internet sales. With that being said I want to create a site that is along the lines of this: http://www.singhautosport.com/ & www.bimmian.com

I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as far as a web design software that is user friendly (for a beginner, but quick learner), and has the capacity to allow me to create a similar website using my Mac.

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I have to say that the examples you have given are not entry level and you would need some real experience to put a similar site together! Try Rapidweaver from here as a relatively cheap starting point:

http://www.realmacsoftware.com/rapidweaver/
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That's all flash... you'll need to learn Flash. There are no options here!

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iWeb is good for starters - very easy for someone who is a total newbie.

If you have more design experience with quark or indesign then Freeway may be a good idea

http://www.softpress.com/

and as Bluegrass said, RapidWeaver is an excellent solution, elegant and low cost
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i use Coda. its brilliant but you have to be able to code a bit
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