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Free CSS Web Design Tool/Software

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by DrMax, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. DrMax

    DrMax Regular Member

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    I am searching for a Free Web Design Tool or Software, not an online one, something that is easy to use. And free.

    The person wants to create her own code in CSS/DIVs, not HTML/Tables...

    Can you suggest one?

    Thanks.
     
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  3. DrMax

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    I think you can use Microsoft Front page for this as it a free
     
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    Wordpress is your best bet for an easily made website. But if you want to be more specific with your design, get the 30 day free trial for adobe creative suite and download dreamweaver.
    Otherwise, you can try a tool like ImCreator or Wix (google them) and they're super flexible and free until you decide to host the site on an actual domain.
     
  6. aksyvakins

    aksyvakins Newbie

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    checkout dreamweaver ,easy to use
     
  7. instalikes

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    Divs and tables are both part of HTML. HTML/CSS is necessary to code. If you want a WYSIWYG editor, I would just use a website service like Squarespace that allows you to drag the things you want into place.
     
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    Reread the question: If you just want to code, not online, and view the pages on your computer. You can use free software like TextWrangler, SublimeText2, or Brackets. These are only if you know how to code though. No free good WYSIWYG editors out there really.