html editors

Written By: Kempton Smith I like my software simple. If it’s too complex or difficult to figure out, I don’t use it. For example, I have tried a lot of different programs for creating my web pages. These include: Namo Webeditor Microsoft Frontpage Dreamweaver NetObjects Fusion Hotdog Pro CoffeeCup HTML Editor and a variety of [...]

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Written By: David D. DepriceMicrosoft FrontPage and Macromedia’s Dreamweaver aren’t the only HTML editors on the market. In fact, niche HTML editors from various independent developer offer a number of advantages over the big boys. SiteSpinner SiteSpinner is a user-friendly web site development tool that includes many advanced features such as drag-and-drop positioning, built in [...]

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Written By: Thomas HaselhorstWhat kind of browser are you using for online surfing? Explorer, Netscape, Firefox, Opera?? Sure, all are good programs but I want to talk about an excellent program called Netscape. If you use Netscape, do you know that you also get an amazing WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) web [...]

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Written By: Matthew Coers Building your own website is clearly the least expensive route to establishing your business online, and it isnt really all that difficult to do. There are three steps to building your site: Purchase a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) HTML editor such as Adobe GoLive, Macromedia Dreamweaver or [...]

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