0

Hi,
I am wondering what is the easiest way to create a personal website. Not posting or hosting but the creation part. I am trying out "pagebreeze editor" and it is pretty good but some of the things I am trying to do are not working "with ease". What would you recommend me using. I have heard frontpage is pretty good but I only briefly used it one or two times.
Thanks for all the advice.

4
Contributors
4
Replies
6
Views
10 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by tiger86
0

For getting your skills going I would suggest any light weight "text editor" such as Coffeecup ($50.oo for v-2008, there is also a free version, as well as a free trial of the 2008...)
An oldie but good free entry level program is evrsoft First Page 2000 http://www.evrsoft.com (the 2006 paid version seems to have a lot of problems that are not being fixed according to the forum, but you can find the original Front Page 2000 version at *reliable* download sites). (Note: If your AV program complains about a virus it's the "Cookie From ...Heck", and you just delete it. It was a joke from the original programmers.
MS has some nice complicated offerings like Visual Studio, also the original Front Page (both take custom settings on your web server). OR, if you're interested in getting to know the nuts and bolts of a webpage, just use your free MS Notepad (or other text editor if you use another OS) with any browser, flip between the two and start from scratch. There are several free html instruction sites such as http://www.all-html.com/.
If you need further ideas, feel free to PM.

0

For getting your skills going I would suggest any light weight "text editor" such as Coffeecup ($50.oo for v-2008, there is also a free version, as well as a free trial of the 2008...)
An oldie but good free entry level program is evrsoft First Page 2000 http://www.evrsoft.com (the 2006 paid version seems to have a lot of problems that are not being fixed according to the forum, but you can find the original Front Page 2000 version at *reliable* download sites). (Note: If your AV program complains about a virus it's the "Cookie From ...Heck", and you just delete it. It was a joke from the original programmers.
MS has some nice complicated offerings like Visual Studio, also the original Front Page (both take custom settings on your web server). OR, if you're interested in getting to know the nuts and bolts of a webpage, just use your free MS Notepad (or other text editor if you use another OS) with any browser, flip between the two and start from scratch. There are several free html instruction sites such as http://www.all-html.com/.
If you need further ideas, feel free to PM.

Thanks codejunkie, that is alot of useful information and I will check them out.

0

I personally don't like this program cause it is to way to basic but it will make you a decent Website EwebeditPro. I think it is free :)

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.