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Anish PatelWeb Design for Mac OS X
by on Aug 4, 2008 at 6:00:58 pm

Hi,

What is a good web design besides iweb, rapidweaver and dreamweaver? Something with GUI...

Anish

-Anish
http://www.anishdpatel.com


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Curtis ThompsonRe: Web Design for Mac OS X
by on Aug 5, 2008 at 4:10:19 pm

hello...

didn't want the message to go unanswered, but i honestly don't know of any.... :-/

sorry to not have a better answer...

sitruc





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Anish PatelRe: Web Design for Mac OS X
by on Aug 5, 2008 at 6:30:08 pm

thanks curtis. what software do u usually use. I am not too familiar with HTML...

-Anish
http://www.anishdpatel.com


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Curtis ThompsonRe: Web Design for Mac OS X
by on Aug 5, 2008 at 6:40:22 pm

hello...

i'm a bad representative because i have hand-coded all html for years - much more precision for me than in a wysiwyg environment... :-/

sitruc





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Sapphire ParkerRe: Web Design for Mac OS X
by on Aug 21, 2008 at 2:48:14 pm

I prefer Dreamweaver to all.

Cheers,

SP
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Craig SeemanRe: Web Design for Mac OS X
by on Sep 9, 2008 at 2:54:39 pm

So I see this months later. I hope you're still reading.
http://softpress.com/
Freeway is designed to be great WYSIWYG. It works more like a DTP program and does the "tough stuff" underneath. Quite professional though (Pro version) since you certainly can tweak the code but it's got a DTP / WYSIWYG front end.
http://softpress.com/products/freewayfeatures.php
http://softpress.com/reviews.php
It's really highly regarded despite not being a "household" name in web design software.



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