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I'm trying to figure out where I should start. I run a website for my business. It is all just written in very basic html. Right now I have been using just an old clarisworks text editor for all the html. I would like to step up to some web design software, but not sure where to start. I looked at a couple of the free online ones, but couldn't hardly make sense of them. Any suggestions on what I should use?
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A bunch of people use Apple - iWeb - Create your own website on a Mac., and there are others out there..RapidWeaver 4 - Powerful Web Design Software for Mac OS X and The Escapers - Flux come to mind right now..

These are all packages that comes with various templates and you'd just layout your website like you wanted and let these software worry about the CSS/HTML that goes with it..

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Will these let me modify what I already have, or will I be recreating each page? Recreating might be the best bet, but just curious.

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A bunch of people use Apple - iWeb - Create your own website on a Mac., and there are others out there..RapidWeaver 4 - Powerful Web Design Software for Mac OS X and The Escapers - Flux come to mind right now..

These are all packages that comes with various templates and you'd just layout your website like you wanted and let these software worry about the CSS/HTML that goes with it..

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Rapid Weaver will let you edit what you already have.

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What are all the add-ons? Are those needed?

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