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    ...thinking of dream weaver(?) for D's site development, this comes with the firewire(?) pic editor thing right, that allows cropping of photos, changing light source etc

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    Yep Dreamweaver and Fireworks Jello!!

    And yes it actually very good pic editor might take you a bit if you havent used a pic editor much though.
    Anyways i think there up to Version 4 i have version 3 somewhere round here or in my car! **** i even put it in a pink case so i wouldnt lose it!
    Starts looking!

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    Filly this was in referall to a thread at vbf i think!

    Jello's doing some site work i think also he wants a graphics prog that doesnt cost to much!

    I suggested this way coz he gets 2 in 1 basically!

    And i now remeber that you replied in thast threwad!! :ha:

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    Jethro... Looky here....
    Yay! Chris is back!! Nobody gets the epilepsy now!!

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    Originally posted by kalicki
    Jethro... Looky here....
    bad kal... bad boy!!

    newayz: Dreamweaver is awesome... i used to hate WYSIWYG editors, that is until i urmm... acquired... dreamweaver. I use it for all my sites now, and its quite easy to make money off of dreamweaver designed sites, as they look so incredibly professional...

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    Will be simple, shopping trolley styled site, with lots of photos and some text sort of a thing ... so figure l don't need to learn PHP etc to make it up...

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    Originally posted by kalicki
    Jethro... Looky here....

    A winks as good as a nudge.... nothing going on here officer ...

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    nope... no need to learn PHP for a simple site... even w/ a fairly complicated site no need to learn anything... dreamweaver is great...


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