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Hey all, this is my first post. :)

I'm actually wondering what kind of web design software is available for Mac users. I wouldn't mind paying up to $50 or so if it's worth it, y'know?

Just curious!
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Rapidweaver, and Apple's iWeb are two that come to mind.

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The most simplified, stripped down one comes free with OS X.

Its called TextEdit.

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Not for $50 Eric!
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Eclipse. It's free.

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Not for $50 Eric!
I was just suggesting. Where can you get Dreamweaver for $50??? The student discount I got was $130!

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I was just suggesting. Where can you get Dreamweaver for $50??? The student discount I got was $130!
The guy said he was willing to pay up to $50...

Answer to your question is yo don't -- I don't think.
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The guy said he was willing to pay up to $50...

Answer to your question is yo don't -- I don't think.
Gotcha, I misread his post.

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Thanks guys. I'm looking into Rapidweaver because it looks incredible.

Any other suggestions? I'm keeping a list of them
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I'm slowly making headway in my new website ... I've found that goldfish is great - about $35.00 or so...

It's interface that you actively design in is set up like a graphics program - drag and drop, click and go ... it's very simple.

I hate html code - and I'm so new to this deal that I can't stand even trying to get something to look decent by tags...Goldfish is great.

It's listed here un 'template' (this is a great resource, btw you can get almost every program designed for mac - far easier to get around in than the download center at apple.com)
http://www.eskimo.com/~pristine/webed.html

Rapidweave is there, too.

And check out WouldjaDraw - it's a Mac version of an old Win program called MyGem - works on the same idea as Adobe but is faaaar cheaper and easier to use, in my opinion...I've found it's great for website text, especially.
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http://www.nvu.com/index.php is what i use

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Thank you - one more to try out.

There's one program out there that doesn't cost much - and it comes with your own host when you purchase it...but I can't remember what it's called, nor do I know how dependable that host is.
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Freeway from SoftPress.

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What about Iweb :-)
comes free on mac and just export the html or woteva 2 a document

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