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Ive been looking to crete a website for a school project that could host possibly have individual log ins and users much like this forum and could possibly host a calender for each person. I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction to what web page builder I could use that is fairly simple. Also if it was free that would be great. Thanks.
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Anyone Please just a suggestion would help. Thanks.
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Install PHPbb onto a server?

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Or punBB, it is a simple forum with many plugins such as a callendar. PM me if you need help. I have a working demo that I set up here: http://iheist.com/forum/

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i am in a web page design class in my school. the program i use is called Micro**** Frontpage.. and its works pretty well but u prolly want some freeware
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Install PHPbb onto a server?
That would work. I had phpBB for a long time.

If the project is something other then the actual website and the website is just something to make the project easier than you can just setup a yahoo group to keep in contact with your group members.

If you need a FREE html editor go with NVU. If you don't mind paying, go with Dreamweaver.
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