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i need a wysiwyg program hopefully cheap !


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Hi All, i have made a bit of a mess of a couple of my web sites, my third site is perfectly OK because i have created it from scratch using my MacBookPro and RapidWeaver.

In my days before i discovered Apple i used Windows (ugh) and a (pirate) copy of Dreamweaver to make these two web sites, since then i have changed web site hosts a couple of times and of course progressed onto Apple and Rapid Weaver and now i find these two web sites don't fully work properly anymore, some of it does some of it doesn't !

So what i would like if at all possible without forking out for a full copy of DreamWeaver is a WhatyouSeeiswhatyouget web site editor, i am sure all the files are still there it is simply some of the links need changing to something more relevant.

Is it a problem if i said these two sites were made with Frames ?.

I would really like to make these two sites compatible and/or editable with Rapid Weaver but i know that cannot happen.

Any ideas anyone please. I have just got a trial copy of FLOW from the App store, this might be the answer, but it is going to take me a very long time to understand how to use it !!!

Tim
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For free there is the open source Kompozer (although its no pretty Mac app)
KompoZer - Easy web authoring

Another good easy to use wysiwyg is Freeway (you can trail it for 30 days)
Freeway Express ? the Easy to Use Website Creator for the Mac that doesn?t Break the Bank

And you can give Sandvox a go
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For free there is the open source Kompozer (although its no pretty Mac app)
KompoZer - Easy web authoring

Another good easy to use wysiwyg is Freeway (you can trail it for 30 days)
Freeway Express ? the Easy to Use Website Creator for the Mac that doesn?t Break the Bank

And you can give Sandvox a go
Karelia Software: Creators of Sandvox, Mac Website Building App
Thanks a lot for your help friend, that Freeway Express seems to fit the bill very nicely, thanks.

tim
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