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Best web building software

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by adhept, Jul 12, 2009.

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  1. adhept

    adhept Junior Member

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    Hi all

    I need to create a website for the sale of my ebook, I have made one in WYSIWYG builder but the problem is that different browsers move the images and text around and make it look like a mess. I've tried all the advise on their forum with no results whatsoever (it actually seems a bit worse)

    Does anybody know of any site building software that is
    a - easy to use
    b - creates pages that look the same no matter what browser or screen size the person is using
    c - pref availble on here or another forum for download but would pay if there is no other option

    Cheers

    Adam
     
  2. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    You can try CMS Builder. It is a cool one!
    I hope it fits your needs
     
  3. nicbook.net

    nicbook.net Newbie

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    Joomla/Wordpress can help you. :)
     
  4. rikenji

    rikenji Newbie

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    I would use Wordpress to do that kind of work. Especially now that some themes can make a wordpress site not look like a wordpress site.
     
  5. geobandito

    geobandito Newbie

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    XSite Pro 2 works.
     
  6. Crows

    Crows Registered Member

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    Ive had success with sitespinner...easy to use and great support forum.
     
  7. kurry

    kurry Newbie

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    If you have a mac rapidweaver's pretty good
     
  8. MrCatana

    MrCatana BANNED BANNED

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    wordpress is god. looks great, extremely good to add content, the only bad part is the css.

    It sometimes fucks up your formatting.
     
  9. PepsiGuy

    PepsiGuy Registered Member

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    I like to use Dreamweaver to build my landing pages with. Always had a thing for adobe products.
     
  10. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    wordpress is an option but its a security nightmare, drupal is a good choice but a hell of a learning curve, joomla is security hell as well
     
  11. rikenji

    rikenji Newbie

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    Dreamweaver is the best if you are experienced if not, try using Joomla or Wordpress
     
  12. Darkride24

    Darkride24 Newbie

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    Dreamweaver is the best option, if you are familiar. Lynda.com has many tutorials, you can find them on warez forums. Joomla is a good option too
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I work with Wordpress and Dreamweaver...definetely the most newb friendly IMO

    Good luck
     
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    ezln1994 Registered Member

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    You can also try Drupal
     
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    OursDePapa Newbie

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    Wordpress is great for all it's addons and themes. It sounds to me like you're not looking for complex options so no need for Dreamweaver or anyhting. Really, Wordpress should do it for it. I bevlieve there is a paypal plugin to accept orders direct from your site.

    A Votre Sante!
     
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  18. Manu_Manly

    Manu_Manly BANNED BANNED

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    Woodpress and Dreamweaver was my choice.....
     
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  19. noph34r

    noph34r Regular Member

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    If you are quite good with coding you should try Artisteer.
    No coding needs
     
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    sarahxbox2009 Newbie

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    With our vast experience in web design and programming, we can confidently recommend the use of Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Flash, Adobe Contribute, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite. They are so easy to use, beware you can get hooked on to them :)


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