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I am looking for a program/ application to create a simple web page to advertise my business. My system is OS X 10.4 Tiger. It seems that Tiger is no longer supported by programs such as iLife. Can someone point me to a solution? Thanks!
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Well if your new to creating web pages, a lot of hosting companies have pre-made templates to help you start out your business that require no coding skills at all. There is also iWeb for the Mac, but I don't think that's a good application for a business. If Dreamweaver is too expensive and complex for you, you can try out Rapidweaver, I hear it's a pretty good alternative.
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i would sugest trying to learn html or use a program similar to dreamweaver which is free search for nvu completely free no coding skills required
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Thanks for the link...I'm always interested in free stuff.

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i would sugest trying to learn html or use a program similar to dreamweaver which is free search for nvu completely free no coding skills required
I agree. While using WYSIWYG is simple and requires no coding at all, there is NO good alternative to good-old HTML codes. Any WYSIWYG editor will put all kinds of unneeded junk in your web pages, and potentially make it take up MUCH more space than actually needed. Until someone invents the WYSIWYG editor that writes HTML in the same way as a person, I'll stay away from them

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Go to a host like 1&1. they have simple page templates or you can customize
your page. If you can type and import graphics you can build your page.
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