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[BCAB] Web Design Software George Bell (30 Dec 2012 15:59 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Web Design Software Andrew Hodgson (30 Dec 2012 16:07 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Web Design Software Mobeen Iqbal (30 Dec 2012 17:16 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Web Design Software LĂ©onie Watson (30 Dec 2012 18:35 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Web Design Software David Reynolds (30 Dec 2012 19:32 GMT)

Re: [BCAB] Web Design Software Mobeen Iqbal 30 Dec 2012 17:16 GMT

Hi George.

Just a suggestion, if you use a content management system like drupal
all you'd need to do is type your text in word, and copy and paste it
via a web interface. the text is then automatically formatted, you don't
have to mess around building websites from scratch manually, building
templates manually, etc. content management systems have speeded things
up immensely for me instead of coding in front page. You can get more
refined results with less effort and the templates and links are handled
behind the scenes automatically i.e the adjustment to pages, adding
extra links on all the pages globally, etc. Dream host still support
extentions i believe, and they're very cheap and reliable as well for us
in the UK as they're charging in US currency. if you'd like a referral
let me know, for $80 aproximatley £50 a year you can host unlimited
websites and they have full support for wordpress, drupal, etc. Drupal
really does support the kiss mentality, that's why i recommend it to
people because its simple as well as advanced.

Mo.

all the best,

Mo.

On 30/12/2012 16:07, Andrew Hodgson wrote:
> Hi,
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> At our local church I got them to use Serif WebPlus, not the most speech friendly software but it does work well and very similar to FrontPage:
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> http://www.serif.com/webplus/
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> Andrew.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces@lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of George Bell
> Sent: 30 December 2012 15:59
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> Subject: [BCAB] Web Design Software
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> Does anyone know of any currently software which works like Microsoft Front Page?  (And it need not be free of charge)
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> And before I get a flood of answers, please bear in mind that I am a complete web design luddite.  I work on the KISS principal - Keep It Simple, Stupid.
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> Front Page allowed you to design a sight locally in a, "What You See IS What You Get" (WYSIWYG) environment.
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> You could then go into an upload process, and any new or changed files would be automatically uploaded.  It was almost as simple as that!
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> Unfortunately Front Page also required that the host server for the web site supported Front Page Extensions, which fewer and fewer Internet Service Providers are willing to do these days.
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> Any thoughts anyone?
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> George Bell
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> Managing Director
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> Techno-Vision Systems Ltd
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> 76 Bunting Road Ind. Est.
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> NORTHAMPTON
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> NN2 6EE, U.K.
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> Tel: 0160 479 2777
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> Fax: 0160 479 2726
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> e-mail: george@techno-vision.co.uk
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> Web: http://www.techno-vision.co.uk<http://www.techno-vision.co.uk/>
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