What is the easiest software to build up a website?

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I think Kompozer is the easiest software to creating a website. Do you know any ada software which is free and downloadable easier to use other than Kompozer?
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  • Profile picture of the author ocsSEO01
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  • Profile picture of the author jemmachris
    For me the best way to build a website is by customising a Wordpress theme
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    • Profile picture of the author sarahdaniels
      Originally Posted by bjhfootball View Post

      wordpress,it is simple
      i would like to know more about this. I have been wanting to write a blog using wordpress but I;m having trouble on installing this.:confused:
    • Profile picture of the author genius007
      Originally Posted by bjhfootball View Post

      wordpress,it is simple
      WordPress is best but it is not software but it is CMS (Content Management System).
  • Profile picture of the author Technista
    The Style Master CSS editor creates very nice XHTML compliant websites. Not free, but has a 30-day fully functioning trial.
  • Profile picture of the author Aare
    i agree with wordpress + free themes, since there're more than 1 million free theme on the net. but, why don't u outsource it? since you can pay about $10 for a simple xhtml + css
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  • Profile picture of the author Bernardo56
    I also would vote for Wordpress, since it is really easy to customize and to maintain. I also work with Photoshop and Dreamweaver.
  • Profile picture of the author 24kWing
    I use XSitePro and love it. I think what ever program you choose you need to take the time to learn it inside and out.

    Just my 2 cents.....
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    • Profile picture of the author weezee
      Have anyone ever tried Zen Cart, My first site I ever built was a Zen Cart, back in 2005 when my merchant host site got so high I couldn't afford it. Wordpress and Zen Cart are My sites, they are the easiest for me. I tried Joomla, and Drupal but couldn't get the hang of it.
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      Originally Posted by 24kWing View Post

      I use XSitePro and love it. I think what ever program you choose you need to take the time to learn it inside and out.

      Just my 2 cents.....
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      is xsitepro is free
  • Profile picture of the author BasilInc.
    Wordpress without a doubt
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  • Profile picture of the author lilyadams
    I would vote for WordPress and solid WP template. WordPress just launched 3.0! Now is the time to hop aboard.
  • Profile picture of the author Reverb
    I use WordPress for some sites, and Dreamweaver (not free) for others. Though I've never tried it, I've heard good things about NVU. On their FAQ page it says "Nvu is designed to be extremely easy to use. This makes it ideal for non-technical computer users who want to create an attractive, professional-looking web site without needing to know HTML, CSS or web coding." Maybe it's worth a try - and it's FREE.
  • Profile picture of the author Ken Durham
    I have been a hand coder for many years but after working with WP lately there is a lot to be said about it.

    Here is a WP site I just did for a country music band that uses All "Pages" (not posts) for it's content.
    Hoosier Highway - Country Music Performance Band - Book this Country Music Band for your next live event

    Here is one that I am currently working on for myself that uses all "Posts" for the site. (Except for the Home Page that uses a "Page" for content)
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    Even though I did a lot of modifications it would have taken much longer to program in the functionality from scratch. Not to mention importing over 1500 pages worth of data and having it render correctly.
    One thing is certain, you never want to reinvent the wheel imho.

    I guess it comes down to what the website will be.
    Do you want a bunch of cool gadgets and plug-ins?
    Then WP is the way to go.

    If the site is static content then notepad+ and a little html knowledge will work fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author smith.jones159
    Microsoft visual studio 2008 is the very best software for web designing. VS 2008 brings along the Split view which allows us to view both the HTML source and the Design View at the same-time, and easily make changes in any of the views. As shown in the image below, as we select a tag in code view, the corresponding elements/controls are selected in design view.
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    • Profile picture of the author KathyK
      Originally Posted by ocsSEO01 View Post

      joomla CMS is easy to customize, Joomla! is an open source content management system platform for publishing content on the World Wide Web and intranets as well as a Model–view–controller (MVC) Web application framework....
      You know, if I didn't know that Joomla is an open source and free CMS, I'd suspect you of being an affiliate of theirs. Ok - you're a fan - but cut/pasting their stuff really isn't what you need to do. Tell us in your own words why you like Joomla.
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  • Profile picture of the author LiemNguyen
    Komposer and Wordpress are two of the easiest one to use. I haven't try Nvu but also heard alot of good thing about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author crbedd
    For building a wordpress site, what's recommended or used--the admin panel or a site builder like site builder. If a site builder, what's recommended? Sitebuilder was recommended to us by our hosting service, but we are having difficulties and now wondering if we should go back and work with the admin panel. What do you suggest?

    Thanks, Randy
  • Profile picture of the author KathyK
    I'd go back and work directly with wordpress. Sitebuilder isn't really made to work with wordpress, no matter what your hosting service thinks.

    As to what to use, it really depends what kind of site you want. WP is kind of overkill for a 3 page site. Komposer/Dreamweaver, etc will do fine for that sort of thing.

    If you are going to end up adding posts/pages often, WP is the way to go. (Unless you need a serious BIG CMS - in which case, Drupal and Joomla are the two big freebies)
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  • Profile picture of the author rypher21
    wordpress would be a good choice...its easy to learn and navigate
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  • Profile picture of the author BryanComm
    I use the program:
    1) My free web site builder
    2) Dreamweaver
  • Profile picture of the author Chima Niro
    What about filezilla? works well for me.

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