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woodbridge




msg:976624
 4:23 pm on Jun 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

My client would like to host the web site I created with GoLive 5.0. I want something easy for me to learn as well as for my client. The site has floating boxes, the first page has no text(just a jpg), although the other pages are heavy with text. Are there any suggestions? Thanks for your help.

Terry Woodbridge

 

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msg:976625
 4:57 pm on Jun 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi woodbridge,

Could you please clarify the purpose of the software needed? I am not sure if it is for hosting the site or to maintain it.

Yidaki




msg:976626
 5:11 pm on Jun 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

If it's for content / text changes, i highly recommand Macromedia's Contribute [macromedia.com].
It's damn easy to use especially for web designer's clients. :-)

aaronjf




msg:976627
 5:21 am on Jun 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yidaki,

You really suggest that. I was about to post and ask how ppl like it. I have a vet that I am about to do a site for. He specializes in large exotics and writes a lot of vet med text books and wants to be able to publish sublimintary articles to the Text Books on his site. I don't want him to have to be paying me to copy and paste his articles. I would rather see him do it himself.

How easy is it to use for the client?

<added> sorry to intrude on your question Woodbridge </added>

Yidaki




msg:976628
 7:37 am on Jun 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

aaronjf, i have a really "web dumb client" to whom i gave a 3 hours course. Know he's able to use the software. If it's just for text changes and not for big design things it's really, really easy even if you know quite nothing about the basics. Macromedia offer a downloadable trial version, so you could give it a try before you buy it.

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