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John PucciWeb Easy Professional
by on Jan 10, 2010 at 12:48:43 am

I designed a website with Web Easy Pro version 6. There is a newer version (version 8). Anyone used this software who thinks an upgrade is worthwhile or do any of you have a better web design software that is relatively easy to learn and use?



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Mike SmithRe: Web Easy Professional
by on Jan 11, 2010 at 9:15:39 am

I guess it depends a lot on what you are looking for in web design software, and what your design and software skills are background are like. Template-driven design tools like the one you cite are not very useful to pro designers.

But if you're happy with it, why change?
There is a tool from a graphics specialist company that aims, similarly, for fast and easy template-based output

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John PucciRe: Web Easy Professional
by on Jan 15, 2010 at 4:13:04 pm

Thanks Mike,

WEP does seem to simplify the process. That link you provided is interesting. I guess for a person like myself that rarely creates a website simple software is probably right for me.

Thanks again,


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Joanna LeitzRe: Web Easy Professional
by on Feb 16, 2010 at 6:34:07 pm

I'll have to have a look at that software, I haven't tried that one out yet. Personally, I think it's better to hand code websites because they tend to be much cleaner sites and they load in your web browser much more quickly. I always find it interesting to test out new products though.
web application development

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Mike SmithRe: Web Easy Professional
by on Feb 18, 2010 at 3:29:21 pm

I too think that there are lots of pluses in hand coding.

But it does take a fair bit of time and effort to master - and a reasonably technical mind set.

For many people who want a site but don't want to spend much time on the technical aspects, a relatively simple wysiwyg tool can be useful.

That one does allow for really fast prototyping - and uses a strange device with putting text into lots of divs to enable quite striking page wrap effects around irregular images ...

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