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NeoTrekk
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« on: 10 13, 2003, 04:48: AM »

posted on 6-28-2002 at 05:47 PM

Purist at heart

Okay... Webdesign programs. While my pages don't look as professional as the KIDC's, or as expansive as say StarFleet International's, but I have created and designed quite a few pages in my time.

However, I have always found the best way to do this is simply using Notepad (Or SimpleText for those Mac Users of whom I frequent occasionally) and a good reference manual.

Also, I always try to remember to have my HTML validated by the W3C.
How many of us out there still use this method, and how many of you have your pages validated?
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« Reply #1 on: 10 13, 2003, 04:53: AM »

posted on 2-25-2003 at 04:19 AM

I don't know if I should talk, the T'Mar website hasn't been updated in a -long- time and is in serious need of such. I did a good job of getting it listed high in search results, so I really need to update it. Search Google or Yahoo for klingon tacoma wa and the T'Mar is at or near the top.

I started doing HTML in a text editor on an Amiga, because there simply were no good HTML WYSIWYG programs.

Now I use Pagemill 3, but I end up editing the HTML by hand a lot. I also am learning Swish 2. It makes Flash compatible files, but it is only $50.00 instead of $500.00.

I've validated my pages in the past but haven't been very good about it lately.

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« Reply #2 on: 10 13, 2003, 05:27: AM »

posted on 6-4-2003 at 04:14 AM

WYSIWYG...

I use a WYSIWYG editor (MS FrontPage) mainly out of laziness. i still do all the HTML editing by hand, but it's just so much easier to click a tab and see the results rather than save, open a browser, check it, etc, etc, etc. i'm really just slothful. :lol:
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« Reply #3 on: 03 04, 2004, 09:48: PM »

A sloth does not build webpages...
Ever considered an IYSATYWSWYG editor?
See my evangelism in the recommended software section...

IYSATYWSWYG => If You Select A Tab You Will See What You Got
 
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