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I use this builder to create my websites. The problem with this is this software does not properly load templates I download (outside of the available Yahoo! Sitebuilder templates). Also, I am unable to explore the use of Flash templates that I eagerly wish to use. Any thoughts on what other system, asside from Dreamweaver or something expensive, that I can use to start utilizing Flash.

I just think Flash website a more to look at. I also would like to know where would be a good place to find quality flash sites as well as the proper software to fully customize and integrate into my websites. I am not saying they would necessarily have to be a full flash site, but some animation always gets my attention when I visit sites and I think it would help me get a better conversion rate. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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if you have budget for additional software, I recommend you get the Macromedia Dreamweaver and Flash. These two are powerful to create great website (provided you hae great design...).

Alternatively, you can get a web designer (or flash creator) to handle the work. Try google 'freelance flash' etc, you will find many for price ranging from $50 to $200 depend on the complexity.

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Thanks, I recently read having a flash site may be a bad idea because it limits the content quality of the site (or something like that). Is it a better idea just to combined html and css (still not quite sure what css is or how to use it)?

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Yes. Flash is not currently search engine friendly, if you entire site are build on Flash. But it you can combine flash and html, it will make a great web site.

See www.w3schools.com for css tutorial. There are also many scrpt sites provide free tutorial on css.

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