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What would you use f you were starting internet design

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well, after learning some basic html, i would then go to frontpage first, then dreamweaver. frontpage is way easier to use compared to dreamweaver, as far as i can remember. i havent used any webpage builders in awhile. :evil:

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is it not all drag and drop now?
I know a ilttle about html but not much.

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well, frontpage is mostly drag 'n' drop, but its always a good idea to know the basics of it all first before you dive into it. ya know? i did know of a cool site that had a tutorial of html. it gave an example of a line of code to you, then you were able to try it yourself right on the page and then see the results of what you did. i'll see if i can find it again for you. after that, you should be ready to start with frontpage. but, in the end, its really up to you whether you are ready or not. its whenever you feel comfortable with what you are doing. :evil:

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I also suggest you learn some basic html before using any of these packages.

Dreamweaver is definately the best web design software available. The results can be very proffessional indeed if you take a bit of time to learn how to use it.

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yeah i know html a little i may be getting it for a tenner dreamweaver but the bloke i get dodgy stuff of has vanished of the face of the planet.
Can you put flash player into dreamweaver?




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