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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:49 pm 
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Hi, I'm looking at seting up a web page but not sure what software to would be best. To be honest here I don't want to spend a crap load of money but I want it to look professional, and be easy to maintain. Let me know what details you need and I'll responed as quickly as possible.

As a side question what are some good companies for hosting a websight.


Thanks in advance


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Web hosting questions are discussed in the Internet Truckstop. Do a search before posting there ... the question has been addressed dozens of times.

For website creation, I use Mozilla's Komposer: http://www.kompozer.net/


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I have used the following for creating web "sites"...

NVU
Notepad++
gVim
Zend Studio
Microsoft Expression Web


I am a fan of the last two, but neither of them are free. Zend is better if you are planning on doing a lot of php coding (as that is what it is for). Expression web is just pretty good all around. I actually like the whole expression suite.

Now, if you wan to do silverlight and asp.net, then Visual Studio is the only way to go.

If you are serious about somebody developing you a professional looking site. Send me a PM with some specifics, and I will see if I can help you out.


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Along the lines of Expression Web mentioned by Crash there is also this:

http://www.microsoft.com/express/vwd/

also included in the link are more links with some easily done "How To" information.

Ron


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