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Effective Site Studio.feedback anyone?
Is this suitible for professional websites
Jacko2006




msg:940167
 10:08 pm on Apr 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

I have not yet owned my own site, but plan too soon. My biggest concern though is how I should go about designing the website, what tools I should use etc.

I'm pretty sure I can learn HTML if nessecery but my question lies within WYSIWYG. I was woundering is anyone had used Effective Site Studio before, and if they have OR if they have just read about it, would they think it is suitable for creating long running websites (that might want to become small buisnesses or websites providing entertainment).

If someone could give me advice on what is a good tool, or method of creating their first website ide be most apriechiative (ignore bad spellings please lol)

 

webjourneyman




msg:940168
 4:41 am on Apr 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

To begin with the basics there are two sites I can recommend for html,css and more, w3schools and webmonkey.

I find it is best to use a mix of html editor like notetab and a free wysiwyg like nvu. Code the pages in notetab and use nvu to show you what a code for something looks like and to manage the pages.

After taking a look at effective studios website I think it should be more than enough to get started and probably less buggy than nvu.

And last but not least use google to learn about concepts (define: thing) and to search within a particular site for info (thing site: www.nameofsite.com).

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