Re: [webtechnologydesign] Best Website Design Software Software

From: Eddie
Sent on: Thursday, October 15, 2009 11:03 AM
NVU has most of the same features as DreamWeaver, and it's free. Of
course, if you're already comitted to buying a software, you can't go
wrong with Dreamweaver. I don't use it so much for wysiwyg (most of
what I do is php development, and it's easier just to test in the
browser), but it's tops for site management. Also, I use Adobe CS4 on
PC, because a lot of my work involves programming for Windows, and I
need Visual Studio as well. It's never been a handicap to me, in fact,
the PC Version of CS4 is the only one that gives you the 64-bit
version of Photoshop; since I am using Windows 7 64-bit, that tends to
bias my decision right there.

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On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 11:21 AM, Major Arnaud <[address removed]> wrote:
> I have CS2 and use Photoshop daily but for web design I love Microsoft
> Expressions. ?Dreamweaver is good but I just like Expressions. ?As far as
> Flash I like using Swish Max most of the time.
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> Good luck,
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> 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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