Best Web Design Software

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by ian, Aug 27, 2004.

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Best Web Design Software

  1. Microsoft Frontpage

    2 vote(s)
    3.7%
  2. Macromedia Dreamweaver

    29 vote(s)
    53.7%
  3. Other....

    23 vote(s)
    42.6%
  1. brynmuzika

    brynmuzika Member

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    I prefer to use Dreamweaver and the rest of Adobe products because it saves time when you code. I took advantage of the short-cut keys to be placed in a standard code placement. it is also feels relaxing to use with its fancy user interface.

    Talking about image processing tools, are you guys a fan of Corel Draw? Anyone?
     
  2. Advanox

    Advanox New Member

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    DW Is a great tool :)
     
  3. Bedrijfwebsite

    Bedrijfwebsite New Member

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    Dreamweaver is the best website builder ever in my opinion! Every option works like it you want it.
     
  4. anna

    anna New Member

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    DW all the way...

    @Brynmuzika- I use Corel a wee bit but I prefer Illustrator/Photoshop/InDesign...
     
  5. brynmuzika

    brynmuzika Member

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    Yeah, me too. coz' Corel is more advisable to be used in large printing mediums such as a billboard while photoshop/illustrator is recommended to be used for web graphics.
     
  6. dr50376272

    dr50376272 New Member

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    does anyone know how i can write in japanese on webeasy 9 professional?
     
  7. snyderTech

    snyderTech New Member

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    DW is a good tool
     
  8. CaldwellYSR

    CaldwellYSR Member

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    Why in the world would you bump a 4 month old thread just to say "DW is a good tool". Seriously.... This thread was 2 years old before some idiot bumped it 4 months ago and now it's back again.

    To Moderators, is there any way to set up an age limit on threads. Say if it's been inactive for... I don't know more than 2 months you kill it and don't allow more posts. The thread could still be alive for viewing and/or archiving but not available to add more crap to it.
     
  9. ronaldroe

    ronaldroe Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Unless there's some backend admin stuff that I'm unaware of, that would be a whole lot of work for very little gain.

    Truth be told, this thread has been around since Aug 2004. If I had to guess, I'd say people probably generally discover it through search engines while trying to find out what software to use. I can't imagine that it's really a bad thing for new people to drop their opinions in as well. It may serve to keep it more up to date. Not that I don't understand where you're coming from, I do, and with a different thread I might feel different.
     
  10. CaldwellYSR

    CaldwellYSR Member

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    I can see that... I can't see "DW is a good tool" being a useful opinion to a 2 year old thread though ;) but I can see where you're coming from about closing threads after age. Thanks Ronald
     
  11. stlouisweb

    stlouisweb New Member

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    text-editor, photoshop, wordpress, php/mysql
    doing things by hand (right) makes for immensely better code than any WYSIWYG editor, they just aren't there yet, probably never will be.
     
  12. Nadah

    Nadah New Member

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    I’ve been using Macromedia Dreamweaver for 3 years. I’m a professional web designer and it is so easy and comfortable to make web sites/pages.
     
  13. Absolution

    Absolution New Member

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    I used Notepad++ since it highlights the code well for PHP, Java, and HTML. Then I use the w3c website to check for compliance. Also I installed apache and php to preview my pages. All of this is free by the way.
     

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