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Old 08-11-2005, 03:00 PM   #21
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people who only use wysiwyg editors (especially frontpage, bleh!) aren't very good designers and are very limited to what they can do.
Are you calling me stupid.
no, I'm just saying that you'll severely limit yourself if you only use a wysiwyg editor.

I did my band's site with a mix of dreamweaver and hardcoding

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Old 08-12-2005, 03:37 AM   #22
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Nice site, do you ever use photoshop and imageready? I use them all the time but thats just because I can make something good looking without getting into the script.

The only handcoding I do is fixing really messed up cells or entering code snipets. It has to be done for photshop headers and stuff as well. But I avoid it at all costs.
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thanks!

yeah photoshop is a staple for me. love it. i have imageready but haven't really delved into it.
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I do web dev for a living and love dreamweaver (though it has it's qwerks). And Word Up to the guy who mentioned the coupling of Adobe and Macromedia (Down with GoLive!). I do a lot of ASP programming, I find it's a bit more intuitive than PHP and if your looking to build your own blog or other types of database driven sites, I'd recommend it. I like http://www.htmlgoodies.com for good HTML and JavaScript tutorials and http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/tutorials/ for a good simple explaination and examples of ASP. Good stuff, you'll get addicted.
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