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  1. #1
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    Default Looking for Good Website Building Program

    I built my current website using Microsoft Frontpage. My web host is Yahoo and I just found out Yahoo no longer supports Frontpage which right now means I cannot publish any updates to my site. I wasn't using any Frontpage extensions so the only thing not working on my site is the hit counter at the bottom of some pages which is no big deal. But I don't know what other things might start incrementally not working or disappearing so I need to rebuild my site using a different website building program that Yahoo supports and will allow me to publish updates.

    Any suggestions for website building software? I'd read conflicting reviews about the Microsoft replacement for Frontpage which is Expression Web. Being able to work with and create the HTML code is vital so any program I go with has to have this capability.

    Any feedback would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    ' correct a wise man and you gain a friend... correct a fool and he'll bloody your nose'.

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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    Thanks for the link Rick


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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    Adobe Contribute is good and easy. I don't know if it costs alot, I got it free from a web hosting company.


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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    Nick,

    You might want to try a service that has templates. Typically much easier to set-up and maintain, but generally not as versatile.

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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    I use Microsoft OfficeLive

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    Default Re: Looking for Good Website Building Program

    Here is a link to a free program that would be a easy transition from Front Page.....

    HTML Editor, Website Builder & Web Design Software


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