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I have a MacBook. I am looking for a website program that it pretty much a drag and drop. I do not know any html. Any suggestions? Thanks
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http://www.apple.com/ilife/iweb/

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Yup, iWeb is included with your macbook.

Rapidweaver is similar, but slightly more customizable.
NVU is a bit trickier, but free and allows you to modify the actual code more than the other 2.
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Thanks for the replys, but I'm looking for something that gives you more features. I have around 100-200 to spend. Thanks
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Thanks for the replys, but I'm looking for something that gives you more features. I have around 100-200 to spend. Thanks
subetha edit, dreamweaver/flash
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I have a MacBook. I am looking for a website program that it pretty much a drag and drop. I do not know any html. Any suggestions? Thanks
Give RapidWeaver a try. www.realmacsoftware.com It's a more feature rich alternative to iWeb. Good support community too.

Adam (seyDoggy) - RapidWeaver theme designer
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Dreamweaver is probably the most advanced, however for a basic site I highly recommend RapidWeaver. As a last choice, I'd go with iWeb...

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