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    Question Web builder - What is available?

    Hi All,
    i have been wanting to use a web builder but am not sure what to use. I don't know html programing etc, but is there and easy application that does this for me? I have looked at Quanta & Bluefish but this type of scripting is out of my depth. Can you please suggest a program for me if you know one?
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Web builder - What is available?

    You can build sites, without any problem, and of course without any scripting. Google for Content Management Systems (CMS). Here is one (a good one) example: Joomla!
    http://mydailyhash.wordpress.com/
    http://yami.googlecode.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by adstaryoung View Post
    Hi All,
    i have been wanting to use a web builder but am not sure what to use. I don't know html programing etc, but is there and easy application that does this for me? I have looked at Quanta & Bluefish but this type of scripting is out of my depth. Can you please suggest a program for me if you know one?
    Thanks.
    NVU is a wysiwyg builder
    Also look at Seamonkey Composer
    Both available from Yast --> Software Management
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    I have a feeling that nvu is no longer maintained?

    Kompozer is an active fork for nvu though.

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    Default Re: Web builder - What is available?

    The easy way ?
    Via Google pages !
    If you have a Gmail account, just log in and in a new tab type: pages.google.com
    Voila, ready to make a multipage website with click, click, click

    Anf if you have any html knowledge you can also edit the pages yourself.

    Have a look: Cinq.Marquis - .Fractal Visions©
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    There is also the option of Openoffice Writer simply switch the View to Web Layout desing away and save as HTML.

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    Default Re: Web builder - What is available?

    Quote Originally Posted by chrishall57 View Post
    I have a feeling that nvu is no longer maintained?

    Kompozer is an active fork for nvu though.
    You are quite correct. And probably it's about the most worthwhile option from opensource at the level adstaryoung indicated. Here's the link adstaryoung:
    KompoZer - Easy web authoring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinq-Marquis View Post
    Love the fractals. How did you make them?
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    > (http://cinq.marquis.googlepages.com/)

    you need to buy that boy a tooth!!

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    Hi,

    Thanks to all, I have looked at all their websites and am sure to find my way.
    Thanks again.

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