Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by xpresstechnologies, Apr 23, 2013.
Any one can tell us a best tool for creating the webpages.?
Dreamweaver if you are just starting
notepad++ if you know coding well
there might be other software's but i only have good experience with these both
Hammer and nails.
Are you into html, php or asp pages? How much coding or ecommerce do you need fro your site? That kinda of determines what development tools you are going to use. What's your hosting service using? Linux or Windows? In any case if you don't understand my questions you need to do more homework.
Use CMS. Wordpress is the best. Easy to setup and customization. . If you want then I'll give you free Elegant theme. Cheers.
If you want to do it the easy way, use a CMS such as WordPress. If you like to be hands on with your code, DreamWeaver and NotePad++ have worked well for me in the past.
For Mac Users:
For writing code, I recommend Coda. It has FTP, an amazing code editor, a page previewer, a CSS design interface, and a terminal all in one lightweight application. And it comes loaded with books to help you learn the most important programming languages.
If you are going to be working with databases, use Sequel Pro.
I have a strong opinion on this matter.
I say a text editor with syntax highlighting and ftp. Notepad++ has served me for years in this category.
Stay far away from dreamweaver, for health of the internet. Please.
A text editor and good web browser are all you need. Find one with a good interface for examining and testing modifications without make code changes or uploading. Chrome has this, and firefox recently added their own version of it.
Hit f12 in Chrome, or god knows what in Firefox.
Hell even Internet Explorer has this functionality these days. Actually, it additionally has the ability to check your site design against previous versions of IE. Very valuable asset.
Dreamweaver is similiar in that respect, but the bloated markup it creates will leave you quickly lost on design problems that come up.
The hard path is the best path. You'll avoid hurdles and limitations and certainly work up a sweat in the process ;]
Wordpress is best and you don't have to do coding also.
if your looking to create simple sites (like no PHP..SQL etc) then use serif webplus...no coding required...its damn easy to create awesome looking sites on it.
dreamweaver cs4 the best option for creating website or use simple wordpress that will help you a lot
Im agree with him.
Start with notepad++ and browse for some basic tutorial. Two hour a day should be enough so not more than a week you will able to create a basic webpage.
Try w3school for reference
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