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Only ever used iweb need something new dont want to be pushed to brink of insanity


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Ive only ever used iweb and godaddy...cringe!!
I need to purchase something but cannot make up my mind.
I need a website with approx 20 pages at the most...need to be able to update/add pics, videos when necessary ( maybe every 6 months or so?)

iweb was easy to navigate but I want a more professional design where i can manage it.

Also just help when i need it.

I have read a million reviews and it seems my choices are:

Rapidweaver
Freeway
Dreamweaver

Any others? What do you prefer?

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I'd go for Rapidweaver. Especially if you don't really know coding.

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If you don't know coding, I second the recommendation for Rapidweaver (or Freeway, either one really).

If you do know coding or want to learn it, then I'd suggest Flux or Dreamweaver.
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