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    PowerBookG4's Avatar
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    Webpage design applications
    Hello all,
    I am looking for and application that I can get, really want it to be free, that I could make a webpage in a design view. Simular to dreamweaver where I can make the webpage, and it comes out in html, and If I want to add html code I can switch over to html..
    does not have to be that fancy but I would like something as close to that as I can for free if you guys know of that kind of freeware. If not I will just have to find an old version of dreamweaver for a cheap price I guess.

    I want to make a website because I have a what I think is a good idea for a business and I would like to make a website to get myself known. So thank you for your help in advanced.
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    MadRhino23
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    You might want to browse through the Downloads board over at Apple under 'Development Tools'.

    You find shareware and freeware apps. :dive: :dive:

    Here is a direct link to the 'DT' area:

    Apple OSX Downloads - Development Tools

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    I hate to say this, but you have to spend money to make money. If you want get your name out there and have a "professional" looking site, then you need to buy a good program, not rely on some free-ware and hope it works well. I apologize if that comes across as harsh, it is not meant to.

    Just my $.02 worth....


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    open a notepad document and a buy an html book lol
    Dreamweaver 30 day demo is aviable from there site if you want to try it.
    :spook: :spook: :spook: :spook: :spook:

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggss
    I hate to say this, but you have to spend money to make money. If you want get your name out there and have a "professional" looking site, then you need to buy a good program, not rely on some free-ware and hope it works well. I apologize if that comes across as harsh, it is not meant to.

    Just my $.02 worth....
    I have money and intend on spending it to get this business up... but i want to get a prototype of the site up before I show it to my dad (the person who will be paying for it)
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    wow... I think my Dad would kick my **** if I built him a site and billed him for it... especially one being built on a free program! LOL :ninja:

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    no, not like that.. he is like an investor in my company type thing, in which i am starting.
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    can't u just use the 30 day trial then buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macAttack
    can't u just use the 30 day trial then buy it?
    possibly. .might be what I want to do..
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    MadRhino23
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    I was just poking fun PowerBook.....

    don't mess around or waste time.... Go get Adobe GoLive or Macromedia Freehand....

    If your not too interested in FLASH, get GoLive...

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    i just bit the bullet.. and got studio 8.. i use to be a web designer my freshmen year of high school.. so i figured why not go back to the professional applications that I was using then.
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    welp, my post is a little late, but there are several "dreamweaver" like apps, one of my personal fav's when not using dreamweaver is, Nvu, (www.nvu.com) it's well rounded and works nicely. it has some good features as well. There is also blue fish, ( http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html ) it's an open source project as well. they are both good until your able to save the dough for something better like dreamweaver.

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    You may want to test Freeway as well.

    http://www.softpress.com/en

    I'd recommend downloading demos and then just trying them out until you find the one that serves your needs the best.

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    Ex_PC_Puke
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bobbins
    You may want to test Freeway as well.

    http://www.softpress.com/en

    I'd recommend downloading demos and then just trying them out until you find the one that serves your needs the best.

    My impression of Freeway 3.5 was lame and useless - I've seen better and more friendly software for web design on a PC -- total waste of a C note

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex_PC_Puke
    My impression of Freeway 3.5 was lame and useless - I've seen better and more friendly software for web design on a PC -- total waste of a C note
    Haven't really tried it out for a while so can't argue with that. Last time I tried it, I found it easy to use and not too expensive in price. I liked it more than 'Go live' that i also tested at the time.

    Have you got any suggestions yourself of cheep and simple web design software for the Mac !!!! or are you just here to put other peoples suggestions down.

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