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i'm completely new to the mac forums and wanted to get a general opinion on what application do mac users use? dreamweaver or web objects? i hear dreamweaver is a better application and easy to use... is this true?

also...for creating websites, what domain register and hosting company do most mac users prefer? in the past i've used godaddy and 1&1.

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I use dreamweaver and flash quite heavily in the new site i am working on. I have never heard of web objects as I am quite partial to the macromedia suite and photoshop to making websites. I find all the programs I use easy and I think you will be able to pick them up quite easily on the mac (dreamweaver, photoshop, flash)

for domains I use godaddy. for hosting I use what ever the client wants since I don't manage the sites.. If I do manage the site I put it on my friends server on a 0C-11 connection. So I can not recomend a hosting company.

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I also use dreamweaver. It works great with flash and movies exported from Motion or Final Cut. It is also compatible with basically everything.
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Yes, Dreamweaver and Flash are great!!
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thanks for your help...i think the overall response has been dreamweaver & flash applications.
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thanks for your help...i think the overall response has been dreamweaver & flash applications.
I believe it was actually 100%

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