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    luvsalad
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    Free Geocities like webprogram for mac?
    Okay as a poor college student i set up one of those free geocities webpages but when i went to make the actual site with their page builder program it says it doesn't work on macs! Does anyone know a hosting type site like geocities with a program that supports macs? I'm so annoyed! Thanks, Molly

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    I don't off hand, but try http://versiontracker.com

    I just usually use HTML, CSS, Flash and Photoshop

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    Hey Molly,
    I believe last time I checked that Tripod worked with Mac. There's also always a .Mac site which is $99/year plus some other benefits.
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    Welcome to Mac-Forums Molly!

    I learned html on my own about 4 years ago when geocities STILL DIDN'T support macs, so now I do all my web design in BBEdit or Dreamweaver. I'm guessing what you're looking for is a simple graphical drag and drop website maker.

    i dont think there are any free ones, and the ones I have seen are kinda hard to learn for drag and drop. besides Dreamweaver, which isnt the easiest to learn. If you need a simple website with images and words you can get .mac like schweb recommeneded

    or if you dont mind waiting a few weeks i might be able to help you out with a simple site. catch me on aim (reelbigian01) or PM me

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    Doesn't your school provide its own web hosting for students? (unless your problem is coding)

    Follow schwebs and Addikts advice

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    thePurpleGiant
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    The latest version of Mozilla includes a very competent WYSIWYG HTML editor in its 'Composer' section. It reminds me very much of Claris Home Page of old.

    www.mozilla.org

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    Mac Apple
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    The page builder does work on mac. I built a quick site with it when I was bored
    My site using yahoo pagebuilder

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    dante22
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvsalad
    Okay as a poor college student i set up one of those free geocities webpages but when i went to make the actual site with their page builder program it says it doesn't work on macs! Does anyone know a hosting type site like geocities with a program that supports macs? I'm so annoyed! Thanks, Molly
    Hey, that schweb guy is on to something. I joined the .mac for$99 and I think it was money well spent. If you have it (the$99) go for it. Nothing is ever for free (almost).

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