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Website creating tool

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by batkras, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. batkras

    batkras Regular Member

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    I need good website creating tool,not very simple,not too hard :)
     
  2. jesus3

    jesus3 Regular Member

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    figure it out urself man.. its not hard at all.. i started makin my own sites like 2 weeks ago and im already editing my own theme codes. it just LOOKS complicated its really not if u try to learn a little
     
  3. utkarshpaliwal

    utkarshpaliwal Regular Member

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    Do you know HTML/PHP...?
    Which tool did u use?
     
  4. jesus3

    jesus3 Regular Member

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    i kno some HTML no Php. didnt use any tools jus research online look up basic HTML classes nd shit its easy to learn if u wanna learn
     
  5. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Get Nvu. It's WYSIWYG ("What You See Is What You Get") and it's free.

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    http://net2.com/nvu/
    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
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  6. InterXnet

    InterXnet Newbie

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    Download a free trial of dreamweaver and find some free templates to edit. You'll be making websites in no time. Dreamweaver is worth buying. I think $300 by itself or there are other ways to get :)
     
  7. unmark

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  8. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

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  9. angrish10

    angrish10 Junior Member

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    Use XsitePro or Artisteer
    you can find both this softwares here in BHW
     
  10. jaguarslug

    jaguarslug BANNED BANNED

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    Also, selteco flash works great for starters..
     
  11. johnwho

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    I personally use MS Frontpage..Its very easy to use. But this tool that wiz is suggesting is good too and most of all. Its FREE..
     
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  12. kenjiamano

    kenjiamano Junior Member

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    i guess Artisteer is on the DNS list.. careful dude..
     
  13. angrish10

    angrish10 Junior Member

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    aww..i dint noticed that..I'll be cautious now onwards

     
  14. agente808

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    I think any hosting with fantastico is what you need to get started really fast - then just learn to use any of the programs installed by fantastico. For example, you can have wordpress or joomla sites in 30 seconds, and then you just have to install addons, couldn't be easier.
     
  15. chocolatemonkey

    chocolatemonkey Junior Member

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    i started with xsite pro and learned a lot on the way... not sure if its in the DL section or not
     
  16. PervyGirl

    PervyGirl Registered Member

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    I started w. XSite Pro- so easy to learn- you can make a simple customized page in like 5 minutes. for reels!
     
  17. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    enter something like "css templates free" in a search engine box.

    review free templates.

    download.

    cut and paste.
     
  18. thefallendevelopment

    thefallendevelopment Junior Member

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    I started out with FrontPage and saw that it was writing erroneous code which made it difficult to hand code plus the search engines didn't like it either.

    Dreamweaver is by far the best, it has a WYSISYG as well as the hand coding so you can easily make edits within the code, plus it codes alot better then FP. Just my .02
     
  19. lizmoz

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    Iäm gonna give you a _real_ gem:

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    http://www.weebly.com/
    Ready designs, ready everything, drag and drop. The best part: they allow EXPORTING the site. Do 2 minutes of editing (the exported code refers to .css files hosted by them or something like that if I remember correctly - so just download the whole .css to local) and you're completely "nulled" so to say.

    Upload the html and the .css files to your host and you're done.

    This is as easy as it gets for beginners. Good looking designs, easy interface.

    Give it a go!

    lizmoz
     
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  20. ebric

    ebric Registered Member

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    in the dreamweaver free trial do they allow u to upload your website and keep editing it or after the trial ends you cant do anything with the website