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What's the best programme to use when designing a website?

I only want a couple of pages and it's really simple, the front I want to be able to have hyperlinks on the whole page, think, www.milliondollarhomepage.com

I'm not copying that page at all, just hard to describe what I want it to look like.

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Bit more info.

The site will be used as a portfolio of iPhone applications.

Want it to look a bit like this, the boxes will be links to the itunes store for each iphone app.

sitevc.jpg

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Notepad

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IWEB..

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lol @ man saying notepad

front page, pretty much does everything for you

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Dreamweaver

u can design it like you would if it was a picture

rather then sitting there typing coding all day

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Just bumping this to ask

Roughly, how much should you receive for designing a website for someone? To be specific, a small restaurant. Around what figure do people normally charge?

Thank in advance.

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Yo I need help on this too.

Trying to get my ideas put onto paper for a web designer is hard.

So I want to try myself, any ideas?

Help please!

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Dreamweaver is all you need.

If your techinically minded and know DHTML, CSS, PHP, XML and Javascript from the back of your head, then notepad will be sufficent.

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Dreamweaver is all you need.

If your techinically minded and know DHTML, CSS, PHP, XML and Javascript from the back of your head, then notepad will be sufficent.

Even if you are competent in all the above, I don't understand why you wouldn't use dreamweaver?

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Dreamweaver is all you need.

If your techinically minded and know DHTML, CSS, PHP, XML and Javascript from the back of your head, then notepad will be sufficent.

Even if you are competent in all the above, I don't understand why you wouldn't use dreamweaver?

I think dreamweaver doesnt let you be very flexible with your design, and the fact the coding is horrible

its better to do it yourself on some sort of html editor.

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Just been down PC World and got myself Dreamweaver for £69.99

Right, it's installed and now I am on the start up.

How do I begin to make pages?

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I've been thinking alot the last few weeks about teaching myself HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, etc etc

but. so if i just get dreamweaver, I wont really need to learn all the above and just get dreamweaver to do everything for me?

Never even attempted to design a website before so don't have a clue about it..

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Just been down PC World and got myself Dreamweaver for £69.99

Right, it's installed and now I am on the start up.

How do I begin to make pages?

Youtube is your friend

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