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A question for all of you web designers out there?

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Artchastudio
64 posts
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Message posted at 05/28/2007, 09:11:56 AM by Artchastudio
I use iWeb from MAC for an instant result
Iphone 4S with some Photography Apps

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Zweig17
15 posts
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Message posted at 07/02/2007, 07:55:34 AM by Zweig17
I recomend Dreamweaver CS3 in vein!



Marcio
Sony H50, XPeria X10 Mini

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Node
22 posts
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Message posted at 07/18/2007, 23:49:01 PM by Node
GoLive is a horrid tool if not used correctly.



Dreamweaver is okay if used correctly.



Best results are from hand coding, always. There's no substitute.


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Smkorby
17 posts
Message edited at 07/26/2007, 13:50:38 PM by Smkorby
Hand coding is good to know.

Dreamweaver is much faster. GoLive leaves ugly code, IME.

I use Photoshop or Illustrator for the graphics, css for overall design, all put together in Dreamweaver.



Ki

korbyimagery.com

korbyhosting.com


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Funnybear
5 posts
Message posted at 12/28/2007, 10:15:01 AM by Funnybear

Originally posted by Artchastudio:
Quoted Message: I use iWeb from MAC for an instant result




me too...

the reason is:

i dont' know anything about html or css;

i'm using a mac;

i'm a dummy in desk top publishing and iweb helps me a lot..



i know that iweb has a lot of limitations like the html code, it preferes to use a .mac account and so on.. but for non professional use and for immediate results is the best tool i've ever found..



happy new year.
Canon eos 5d mk2 canon 100 mm f.2,8 - 24-105mm, Nikon d200 -...

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Daveg08
63 posts
Message posted at 04/19/2008, 09:00:26 AM by Daveg08
I use Dreamweaver but write my oown code using html, css and javascript. Web sites created from sliced Photoshop or Illustrator files are difficult to update and maintain and are based on a tables layout which is a deprecated method of a web page design.


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Sophiesourit
153 posts
Message posted at 06/11/2008, 17:03:01 PM by Sophiesourit


for a simple project, there are all the CMS mentionned, which are for the most of them already proposed by the hoster, so it is very easy to try and it's free.

Or you may find on the web a lot of script or site builder for free or for less than 100$...

It is true for site, but also for gallery with flash or no flash...

It isn't truly very easy but it isn't that difficult also...It may be a bit fastidious...

I haven't try to use dreamweaver or Golive, as someone mentionned the code is not so clean...but it is also because of the time to get used to use it.

Also because a website is not only a dreamweaver thing, it is also a conception

And I've found much easier to adapt to a ready-made thing.













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Quickydesign
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Message posted at 10/03/2013, 16:27:29 PM by Quickydesign
Notepadd++ works fine. Dreamweaver always adds too much stuff into the files that is not needed. Always best to get a good foundation in html code. The amount of times you get asked to fixed bugs in wysiwyg systems is amazing.


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Mschaaf24
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Message posted at 11/05/2013, 12:03:43 PM by Mschaaf24
I use a web editing program from a company called serif and the program does pretty much anything I want it to do, I have played around a little with dreamweaver and Serif is way easier and much less expensive. serif also has a great customer service staff. Mark


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