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Free/cheap WYSWYG HTML Editor with Frames?

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jeffw_00

Hi - I need to put up a small website, I'm not an HTML guru, but Mozilla-Composer-level programs don't seem to cut it as I want to graphically place items next to each other (like have a menu of page choices down the left side of every page) so I think I need "frames"?. Can anyone recommend a good WYSWYG HTML Editor with Frames? Free is good, I can live with cheap+free trial. Thanks/j

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Temmu

avoid frames.create a page with the top and sides as you wish.save it as your "template"copy it as index.html, page1.html, page2.html (or whatever...) each time you start a page.simply add content to the large blank table (or large blank in case of css) you've left in your template.free but great!1. if you'd rather work with css, then try cascade - http://www.price-media.demon.co.uk/cascade.html2. a non-css, but still wysiwyg - kompozer (formerly nvu) - http://www.kompozer.net/3. and last, but not least, first page - http://www.evrsoft.com/

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patio

I thought Composer was WYSIWYG...

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jeffw_00

it is, but a bit too simple - will try the other suggestion though

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Towncarman
Hi - I need to put up a small website, I'm not an HTML guru, but Mozilla-Composer-level programs don't seem to cut it as I want to graphically place items next to each other (like have a menu of page choices down the left side of every page) so I think I need "frames"?. Can anyone recommend a good WYSWYG HTML Editor with Frames? Free is good, I can live with cheap+free trial. Thanks/j
I don't post very often, usually because I don't have much to contribute to a thread while gaining a LOT of info from you folks.On this topic I can say the WYSIWYG Web builder is, for the price, probably the best program out there. I bought it and find that someone with limited knowledge of website design, can create a professional looking site in a short time using WYSIWYG.WYSIWYG supports all kinds of pages CSS, PHP, FORMS, etc. and has excellent online support.I'm not affiliated with them, I'm just a happy customer.$39.00. With a fully functional 30 day free trial. You can find it here. WYSIWYG Web BuilderHope this helps Edited by Towncarman

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Temmu
I thought Composer was WYSIWYG...
'tis.and its a nice product.

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patio

Still using it since Netscape 4.5.... :thumbsup: How ya been Temmu ? ?

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Tushman
FYI The link doesn't work.
FYI, the link given by Sunrat is a valid one. The forum script adds an extra 'http' in front of it so just remove it from the URL.

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Temmu
Still using it since Netscape 4.5.... :thumbsup: How ya been Temmu ? ?
fine, thanks. after 2 days of rain, the sun is back out, and it's warm again! netscape - the image of the ship's wheel still stuck in my head! :thumbsup:

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patio

They did some good things in their times until they lost focus...Anything that spawned the Mozilla Foundation has a soft spot for me at least...

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sunrat
FYI, the link given by Sunrat is a valid one. The forum script adds an extra 'http' in front of it so just remove it from the URL.
Fixed link. I know it doesn't give you an html editor (I use Dreamweaver, QuantaPlus in Linux, or a text editor ie Kate), but it is a good example of CSS styling.

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Temmu

dreamweaver! it's great. especially if you want to have (as most sites do) similar text on top, bottom, and left.jeff_00, perhaps you can get a student license if you wanna use dreamweaver, it ain't cheap!

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jeffw_00

no, it ain't.thanks guys/j

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