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Best Website Design Software Software

From: user 1.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 11:08 AM
I have very basic web design skills and I'm thinking of buying one of 
the Adobe CS4 Web Design Suites (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, etc.) to make 
some video websites and just standard info sites as well.  The Adobe 
suites have Flash Professional in them which makes encoding to Flash 
very easy as well as building video players. 

Does anyone have alternative software suggestions for someone who needs 
WYSIWYG?

I'm also wondering if there are advantages to using a Mac vs. a PC.  I 
just learned that in the Mac version of Dreamweaver, you can't directly 
import a Word or Excel doc.  Any other differences ya'll know about?

Thanks!

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