noiwontfixyourpc - 10:48 pm on Mar 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
I've been considering starting a (At first) part time website design company for a while. I have programmed in html, php & SQL (And assembler / C / Siemens PLC) for years so the technical side is no sweat, (I'm a techie, day job is in electronics).
I have built websites in the past using notepad++ etc, but I'm tired of handcoding, especially when time is now money.
So I'm looking for a RAD way of building websites, with as little hand coding as possible. I'm not afraid of coding, I program PLC's daily, but I'm in this for the money, not for the love of coding.
As I see it, Dreamweaver looks like the best option. I want templates I can just 'fill in' with the customers content.
My question is: Is Dreamweaver still the best way of making a clients site, or is the CMS joomla / drupal way of doing things far better these days. (I assume wordpress is more for blogs).