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New to HTML coding and management of HMTL website

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by BlackHatRael, Dec 8, 2014.

  1. BlackHatRael

    BlackHatRael Junior Member

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    I just go from Wordpress to HTML and one of my question is what is the typical software you guys use to manage html website ? Dreamwaver ?

    Also if I want to change for example the title of the website on the header of every hundreds page of my website, what is the common automate process to make it happen ?
     
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    sashablack Elite Member

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    Why did you go from a simple automated backend like Wordpress to HTML?

    php and css should be the way man :)

    -Sasha
     
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  3. dragiia

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    I think html is the backbone of creating websites. Check out Sublime. They have a free version that's awesome.
    I think what you're looking for is <title>This is would be your title</title>.

    Don't use Dreamweaver, it's called a "what you see is what you get", and is bad for learning web design (html/css).
     
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  4. RoyMcClue

    RoyMcClue Newbie

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    I'm using AptanaStudio 3 for web development.
    It's free (base is eclipse), works great with html/php and other languages.
    Really i have tested everything and all the time i come back to this.
     
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  5. ttrox

    ttrox Regular Member

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    Hello,

    Most of the times, you'll need a server-side language for managing your websites. This is not the only way though, depending on what you do with your site. If you're to offer dynamic content, then a server-side language such as PHP is the way for you. If the content on your site is bound to change a very little amount in a long time, pure HTML is the way to go as it will consume less resources and will work faster.

    My advice? Don't use Dreamweaver. Use an already existing HTML template and change what you want to change.
    Also, if you want to change a title on all of your pages, well, that would be one case where using something such as PHP would help, as you could declare it in one file and reuse it. But you can replace all of them with a search/replace although it can change on the amount of spaces and characters (you might have to use regular expressions), but that depends.
     
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  6. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    I don't really like coding or making my landing page from scratch but when I did I used dreamweaver and photoshop mostly. I used the slice option on photoshop and imported on dreamweaver.

    But these days, I used web services such as leadpages to create my own sales funnel or landing page.

    Takes about 5 minutes or so to create one. ;)
     
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  7. emailextractions

    emailextractions Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    notepad++ learn the basics and then start using tools like dreamweaver. ppl want everything automatic these days but you need to know the basics. w3schools is a good help too
     
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  8. BlackHatRael

    BlackHatRael Junior Member

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    HTML:
    http://www.codecademy.com/ 
    I will go with HTML CSS and PHP. Look like the learning curve is very short.

    I also already spot the W3School and notepad.

    Thanks for the answers boys.