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    I want to create a website for a medical office and I'm new to website design. What software should I begin with? Thanks!

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    That would depend on what features the medical office wants. If the office wants something simple, pretty well any decent free HTML text editor will do. Notepad++ is one. Visual Web Developer 2010 Express is another.

    As far as graphics go, I use Photoshop. Others use GIMP. Both have a bit of a learning curve, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 216308
    That would depend on what features the medical office wants. If the office wants something simple, pretty well any decent free HTML text editor will do. Notepad++ is one. Visual Web Developer 2010 Express is another.

    As far as graphics go, I use Photoshop. Others use GIMP. Both have a bit of a learning curve, though.
    GIMP gives you nightmares when starting out
    You don't need software, per se. You need knowledge of the languages, like HTML, CSS, JS. PHP and MySQL if the site needs a database, which it probably will, since it is a medical office site.
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    Junior Member Darren Grantham's Avatar
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    Another vote for Notepad++, I've also used Kompozer in the past which was pretty easy to understand when I first started. Photoshop & GIMP for graphics


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