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    What did you use to make your website?

    Hi All,

    I have alooked at quite a few web hosting sites. In a LOT of cases they have very similar design and layouts. If you look at the source a lot of them use templates.

    I'm familiar with Dreamweaver and NOF, and wanted to know if you guys use any other software to create your websites or perhaps there are some specific templates out there.

    Any help would be appreciated ...

    Txs
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    I use Adobe GoLive 6.0.1 for my WYSIWYG editing and BBedit. There are a lot of template sites out there like 4templates.com, ***************.com and guistuff.com.
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    I use an old version of Homesite (Macromedia). It's really great, before I used Notepade

    I have tried Dreamweaver two years ago and it's too long to create a site.
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    After testing many programs we decided on 3dize coolpage webmaster 7.2, the reason we chose coolpage is because it is easiest feature rich 100% pixel perfect placement (wysiwyg)program we have tested.

    This program allows our clients to easily update and/or add new web pages to their site or template without our intervention.
    Why, Iím afraid I canít explain myself, sir, because Iím not myself, you know... - Lewis Carroll
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    furthermore if you can write a little code you can add to the coolpage api.

    Very nice feature (we created a drag and drop paypal shopping cart, a table maker and a sizable pop up window maker).
    Why, Iím afraid I canít explain myself, sir, because Iím not myself, you know... - Lewis Carroll
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    Notepad!
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    I use Dreamweaver. I make the basic layout then save it as a template to base my other pages off of. So when you see templates some of them may be that way as well.
    Stupid, but trying.
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  8. #8
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    Originally posted by DeNasio
    Notepad!
    vim is better
    WG
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    Text editor and PSP.
    I thank my Lord for all His wonderful blessings.
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  10. #10
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    Dreamweaver MX
    Devon Dunham (Owner, Sharpnet/DDoS Host)
    Advanced DDoS Mitigation and Server Management Solutions

    Protecting your online infrastructure.

    Est. 1998.
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  11. #11
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    Started out using MS Frontpage, but now I use Dreamweaver MX.
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    always chasing the west wind
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  13. #13
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    vi classic on my laptop.
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  14. #14
    Anybody ever use Net Objects Fusion ??? (MX)
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  15. #15
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    Micromedia Dreamweaver MX
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  16. #16
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    Visual Studio 6 when I'm in a hurry and have a large project to manage along with Homesite 4.5.2 (my personal favourite).

    Command Matrix for .Net stuff cos I refuse to shell out for Visual Studio .Net

    Dreamweaver Ultradev 4 for initial layout (if there isn't a designer involved).

    Hear good things about Dreamweaver MX from some developers.
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  17. #17
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    photoshop, ilustrator and vi
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  18. #18
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    started using Frontpage
    Now I am using dreamweaver and photoshop (and hotscripts.com )
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    I just got Dreamweaver MX but haven't used it yet. Don't want to switch from Dreaweaver 4.0 right in the middle of a project.
    Stupid, but trying.
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    Namo web editor 5 and Dreamweaver MX, adobe photoshop 7
    UrlRedo.com - short URL service
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    *

    Well I'm just an amateur but I still use an old WYSIWYG called Web Express by MicroVision Development.
    Everyone is entitled to MY opinion.
    CatfishEd.com
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  22. #22
    Macromedia MX studio, photoshop 7 + notepad
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  23. #23
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    Just notepad.


    lol. Our site generated by the combined efforts of the Macromedia MX studio, photoshop 7, and a small hint of caffine.
    Geek 3 Computer Repair
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    for the coding I use Notepad, as for the images, photoshop, or paint shop pro, depending on the computer I am sitting at.
    LipWeb.Net
    "Less Lip More Service"
    Providing Quality Hosting at Fair Prices
    AIM: LipWebNet MSN: daniel[at]lipweb.net [color=red]
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    Dreamweaver, Photoshop, PSP, and Notepad.
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    When I am just making pages I use FrontPage 2000 as a graphical editor (use a lot of tables and text). When I am editing PHP scripts I am starting to use vim.

    I suppose emacs would also work for the brave.

    Cheers,
    Frank Rietta
    AtlantaWebHost.com, a service of Rietta Solutions
    Web Site & Development Hosting, Dedicated, Colocation, DNS, Atlanta-area T1 for Voice & Data
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    DreamWeaver, Homesite, VS.NET, and vi.

    I'm starting to use XML and XSLT stylesheets to generate HTML pages via a run-once tranformation tool that I built using VS.NET. Great for large mostly static web sites.
    <!-- boo! -->
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    Dream + notepad (script)
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    Notepad
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    Notepad (the right way)
    Matt Wallis
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  32. #32
    I Use pencil and Paper..


    ...and then Dreamweaver MX & Fireworks MX for the Computer related stuff..
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    I use visa
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    I'm not a designer, so I use Word '97 for the tables, text, and inserts - then use Notepad to edit/add.

    Did a test run of Dreamweaver - found it very user unfriendly.
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  35. #35
    Micromedia
    Eek! Microsoft has merged with Macromedia?!?

    For me, I use Macromedia Dreamweaver MX.
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    PICO
    Kaumil P.
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    Emacs!

    I mostly use emacs.
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    All my sites are created with 100% unregistered shareware.
    You'll get fewer complaints from over performing than from over promising.
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    notepad and photoshop!
    Nick Twaddell
    WebSpace Solutions - Custom E-Solutions
    Fast, Reliable, Affordable Web Hosting
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    Ooo oo oo Dreamweaver!

    I'm a dreamweaver 4.0 guy. I tried MX, and, well, it didn't run well on my poor little Pentium III 750... Also played a bit with Golive. Very nice package.

    BUT, for my buck, or, something like that, I'm sticking with the old dreamweaver...


    Steve - Ruler of None.
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    www.sms-telecom.com - Low cost long distance/800 Service!
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