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Anybody else use Trellian software?
WYSIWYG & codepad ...any good tips?
OntheEdge




msg:933031
 6:53 pm on Dec 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

I started using Trellion WebPage a few weeks ago, I love it. When I started, I knew so litle about metatags, and nothing about validation, javascripting, image maps etc. The colour coded source code helped me so much to understand the "whole picture"
It has driven me more and more each day away from the WYSIWYG screen and over to the HTML. When I started I used the source screen about 3% of the time, now, about three weeks later I'm at about 50%.
If you are just starting out...you should try it.
If there is anyone out there who is already using it, I love to hear from you...can use all the tips I can get.
One more thing, if you started out building on free web space using an online editor, (like Page Builder at Geocities) you can download the whole site to WebPage without messing it up. Jobs that used to take me hours, now take minutes.
This is not a promo post! I just feel so many people (especially newbies) could benefit from the program.

 

kevinpate




msg:933032
 7:02 pm on Dec 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

And it can be found where? Not at Trellion.com - at least not by moi. i saw this mentioned in another thread, went to that addy a bit ago, but was redirected to a flash intro for something called TagCD E-teractive.

I wouldn't mind looking at something else, especcially if it's useable and free, which are two of my fav concepts :)

kevinpate




msg:933033
 7:56 pm on Dec 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

Ahhh, ok, it's Trellian, not Trellion

I'll give it a looksee now that I've found the right location. Nice to not still be confused.

Kevin outta Norman, America

OntheEdge




msg:933034
 8:32 pm on Dec 23, 2002 (gmt 0)

Oops, part of the dymensia. When the brain goes, so go the typing skills. Yes I really can spell, however my typing does stink.
Sorry for wasting your time on the wild goose chase.
**Note to self: make another pot of coffee before typing any more posts**
Check out their other toys too...a few freebies and the paid stuff is pretty cheap.

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