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    Quote Originally Posted by rustysilo View Post
    Or just use a plain editor such as Notepad++ then review in your browser.
    You sound like a friend of mine
    I am not leet enough to use a text editor as an html editor.
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    In my experience it is the best way to go as the wysiwyg's tend to be quirky. If you learn the code then 1. you will be more familiar with your site and 2. you will be better equipped to do web design. I'm not fully against using them, but I say it is certainly better to know the code. With places like w3schools.com to learn from it really isn't all that difficult. One instance where I find using the wysiwyg's useful is when you have content in a Word document or other file that you want in your website. It is quicker to copy/paste that into your webpage rather than have to copy/paste into your code and then apply all necessary tags, etc. Sometimes you may lose formatting and have to still format some of it depending on what brand of editor you're using.
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    If you learn the code and use Notepad to create your web page -for sure the code will be as short as possible!
    But an editor is very usefull! Things become more and more complex.
    It's nice to be nice, but sometimes is nicer to be evil!.
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    well we seem to finally have a new website

    no idea what Sue finally went with, but I did send her the link to this thread

    what I do know is that it is now backed up locally, and is ready to hike over to a new provider as soon as one has been chosen

    www.rainrescue.co.uk

    (and if anybody want's to buy the disinfectant, tell Jaq I pointed you in the right direction - ta )
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    Adobe Dreamweaver is really the standard.

    Mabye this advice is too late but

    If you want to update often, use Wordpress. You'll need to install a database, and keep that backed up, but I can walk you through it if you need help. You can run an entire site with pages, subpages, calendar, blog, members, etc.

    Wordpress does very well on Google, and you can update directly through your browser. It's the most convenient.

    Joomla is also quite popular but in my opinion, a bit more brittle to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strix View Post
    well we seem to finally have a new website

    no idea what Sue finally went with, but I did send her the link to this thread

    what I do know is that it is now backed up locally, and is ready to hike over to a new provider as soon as one has been chosen

    www.rainrescue.co.uk

    (and if anybody want's to buy the disinfectant, tell Jaq I pointed you in the right direction - ta )
    Well I went to the page and right-clicked on their home page to view the page source and it seems they used...

    "Ewisoft Website Builder eCommerce Software from http://www.ewisoft.com/"

    Never heard of that one myself but it seems to have made a good enough site. I might have to look into it a bit more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HMS_Victory View Post
    Adobe Dreamweaver is really the standard.

    Mabye this advice is too late but

    If you want to update often, use Wordpress. You'll need to install a database, and keep that backed up, but I can walk you through it if you need help. You can run an entire site with pages, subpages, calendar, blog, members, etc.

    Wordpress does very well on Google, and you can update directly through your browser. It's the most convenient.

    Joomla is also quite popular but in my opinion, a bit more brittle to work with.
    Wordpress is OpenSource correct?
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    Wordpress is OpenSource correct?
    What ISN'T open source in the web development industry??
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