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Has anyone used this??? If so likes? Dislikes? Ease of use? etc. In my continued attempt to get this webpage to work correctly I am now exploring Adobe DreamWeaver. Thank you!
(For MAC not PC)


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I don't use it, but I've heard it's a little complicated and difficult. Shelley123 uses it, you might want to PM her and ask.
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I do not care for it. It is not easy to navigate and is very expensive.
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Old 07-30-2010, 05:23 PM
 
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If you're using a Mac, why don't you use i web? It is very easy to use and you can import your files easily. I use it and am able to import everything!
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I really liked the results of my webpage from using it but it is not very user friendly. It took quite a bit of training and trial & error but for me it was worth the results. As pp said it is expensive but I had a grant that paid for it. Mine was for a pc not mac.


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I agree with the pp. The teacher that maintains our school website uses Dreamweaver. We needed something added to it while I was up at school working the other day. It took 4 of us to figure it out. It was not user friendly at all. We could not figure out how to change text size or text alignment. It would change some of the words but not all. We finally gave up and luckily one of our tech guys came by and helped. I would not recommend using it unless you are really computer savvy.
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Thank you for all your advice. It's too bad it's not more user friendly. Most of the programs I have found out there either you can't upload HW & save it as an attachment, you can't do HTML & type direct, or I can't use my own domain! I just can't believe it is this complicated
I am "hoping" to figure out what a PP said about Google.
Anyway, I will let you guys know what the final outcome is
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Old 07-31-2010, 08:13 AM
 
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I have webpage maker and I love it. You can try it for free, but after like 15 days I think it's $50. You may want to try that.
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Old 07-31-2010, 09:24 AM
 
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I love dreamweaver and have used it for several sites, however (as many have said) it is difficult to learn. If you are really tech savvy then it isn't so bad, but if you are it can be terribly overwhelming.
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I use Dreamweaver. I figured it out in an evening easily, but I knew a bit about html and web design. I like it a lot.


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Did you use this on a MAC? It has a vague answer to that question on their website
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:16 AM
 
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No, I didn't even think of that. I looked on the webpage on there isn't anything for Mac I guess I should read all of the post next time! I'm sorry!
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