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Differences between web development programs
Newbie56




msg:3041413
 4:28 pm on Aug 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

Can someone tell me what are the differences between Frontpage and Visual Basic 2005. I haven't used Frontpage that much but I've noticed it's very similiar to Visual Basic 2005.

Also I'd like to know what is a good graphical program to use if I want to design my own graphics. For instance I'd like to make a surface look like glass. I want to design a real shopping mall on my website. I also want to show good shadow effects, textures, shiny wood floors, etc. Hope I'm asking this in the right place!

TIA :-)

Newbie

[edited by: Newbie56 at 4:48 pm (utc) on Aug. 10, 2006]

 

pageoneresults




msg:3041504
 5:23 pm on Aug 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

Can someone tell me what are the differences between Frontpage and Visual Basic 2005.

I'd like to know too. ;)

Also I'd like to know what is a good graphical program to use if I want to design my own graphics.

Photoshop seems to be the industry standard. I utilize Photoshop and Illustrator along with ImageReady and Fireworks.

I use FP for all web development and have since late 1995. :)

Newbie56




msg:3041518
 5:37 pm on Aug 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

Thanks Pageone - I was thinking Photoshop was the best way to go. Hope I can find a free trial version somewhere - I'll have to do some research. ;-)

Newbie

jessejump




msg:3041593
 6:27 pm on Aug 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

>>>> free trial

It's on their web site.

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