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    Hello, i am just woundering if ya'll know where I can get Or the name of a Really good web site development program. I was using Trellix but it isn't what I am looking for.
    Thanks for your help.

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    Senior Member Eddy Bones's Avatar
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    Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, but it would be better to learn [X]HTML because then you have more control over what you build Despite how good the tool is, you can only make really good sites if you know one of the design languages.

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    Senior Member billysielu's Avatar
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    Notepad.

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    NO, NO, NO, NO, NO and NO!

    Not Notepad, use the site search functionality to find out why. Mainly because using Notepad ain't 133t anymore (and has never been).

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    vi ;-)

    Sean

    ps. one of my colleagues uses a piece of software called Antenna.. don't know how good it is, but he seems to like it.http://www.stormdance.freeserve.co.u...r/overview.htm

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    Senior Member billysielu's Avatar
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    notepad is fine, although i guess Edit Plus is also good.

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    Notepad is great if you have a tiny site, with little in the way of code. Once you get past about 500 lines you need code colouring and character/line labelling i.e get DW!

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    Senior Member billysielu's Avatar
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    once you get 500 lines you split it into multiple pages or it'll take a year to download :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by billysielu
    Notepad.
    Agreed!

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    Senior Member seanmiller's Avatar
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    I agree, Mike.

    And, anyway, who said you needed to spend hundreds of pounds/dollars on Dreamweaver to get code colouring ?? There's hundreds of free editors that will do it...

    Sean


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