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    Going for broke

    Ok, I have another question. Hope it hasn't been asked before. If so, please pardon me.

    Is there a program for making a web site that does not require HTML? Suppose you could just drag a working animation onto the page or anything you wanted or even something from another web site. Mainly something that I don't have to spend a lot of time learning.
    [glowpurple]How do you play the other side of a CD?[/glowpurple]

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    TechieChick
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    You should try to learn, it's pretty entertaining...

    That being said, i'm fairly certain Geoshitties allows you to create as you wish without needing to know html.

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    Actually, I wanted to build it myself and put it on my ISP's site.

    I do have 1st page 2000 but it seems hard. I can put text on it and change the background, etc but everthing seems too hard for an idiot.
    [glowpurple]How do you play the other side of a CD?[/glowpurple]

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    TechieChick
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    Oops, you are limiting your abilities by telling yourself you're an idiot. If you tell yourself you can do this, then you can. Sit down with the software and a good reference book and figure it out. Everybody starts somewhere, there isn't one person here that popped out of the womb knowing HTML or any other programing language.


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    you can write it all in text, without any html tags whatsoever, however, it will of course just look like a plain text webpage (not that there's anything wrong with that, especially if you need to convey information without needing anything fancy).

    regards,
    mark.
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    the whole fun of building your web page is learning how to do it in the first place.

    start off small with basic html stuff. after a while you'll progress to scripts, php, java, perl.....

    think of it as a qualitatively....not so much as how it looks in the end, but what you learned getting there.
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    Try here to learn some HTML....It's easy if you follow the simple steps and creat something for yourself..Much pleasure in it!!

    http://www.htmlclinic.com/

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    Flash M0nkey
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    there is a post here -> http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=219120 which shows some peps opinions on the best editors....txt and WYSIWYG
    me? I would say the best web-development tools are
    • A notebook
    • A pen
    • Immagination
    • Attention to detail
    • Patience


    but software wise you can't go far wrong with Macromedia flash & dreamweaver

    v_Ln

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    GreekGoddess
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    So true....

    *LOL*

    I'm completely rebuilding my homepage....I think I'm going to try it in flash this time around....I just remember my very first one, very basic vertical page with a lot of HR's and silly little images....then I moved to tables and then to CSS when I decided tables were too plain....

    I've learned so much, just by trying....and it's far more rewarding and brings more pride to a personal site especially to create it all yourself.

    Hooray for notepad and a good idea.... *S*

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    Flash M0nkey
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    heh GreekGoddess once you've flashed you'll never go back

    /me blushes - *ahum* not like that
    '-Lifts ur minds out of the gutter-'
    I meant that when you see the kind of results possible through macromedia flash you'll love it - but IMHO try and get a copy of flash 5....MX just eats up too much space/memory and doesn't really bring you anything new cept alot more freezes/crashes but then again some people find it alot easier to use (not me) and more stable (DEF not me) so perhaps u should try both and see for yourself

    v_Ln

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