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I Am looking for a cheap or free website builder i have some knowage of html but was looking for a WYSIWG format as i will not be the only one working on the site if anyone can help let me know thanks

~eric~

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You may want to consider SiteStudio. It is included free with hosts using H-Sphere Control Panel. It has many templates. Easy to use.

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I use PHP Designer. Dont' let the name throw you, it's not just a PHP page builder. It's got TONS of useful features (such as a library that has documentation on each and every tag for HTML, PHP, SQL, CSS, and XML). It also has a built-in webpage previewer, so you can preview your work without having to open up a separate browser. Unfortunately, it's not all that WYSIWYG.

For ultimate WYSIWYG (that's free), check out WebDwarf. The only things I have against WebDwarf, is that it creates alot of geometry and object files. So, if you're using a free website provider that allows you to upload 1 file at a time, this can be a pain in the butt. But, if you're allowed using FTP, or multiple file uploading....you're good.

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If you are newbie like me one of easy editor is Bluevoda. You can check their tutorials page: http://www.vodahost.com/tut_bluevoda.htm

In Bluevoda threre is no commands for saving or opening pure html files. When you preview your page in browser Bluevoda produces html pages to folder c:\documents and settings\windows username\local settings\temp\preview. From there you can take ready html files.
If you like to use Bluevoda's easy publish and ftp functions you need to buy a Vodahost account.

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i used 1&1.co.uk , very easy to use and i knew nothing about web designing

I did not like when I found out ! & 1 .com same company but cheaper

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Just get HTML-KIT from Chimai Its easy to extend and is as capable as my Dreamweaver MX Not to mention its packed with hundreds of user addons and mods.


www.html-kit.com

Jared

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