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  • Geordie Level 2 Level 2

    Back on topic, keep it clean.


  • Roddy Level 6 Level 6

    Back on topic, I don't see Freeway, Flux or RapidWeaver as being viable replacements for iWeb.


    Hang on to iWeb for a little while longer and work around the problems created by the closing of MobileMe.


    I've said before that something better is bound to come along and its just a question of having a little patience!

  • Geordie Level 2 Level 2

    I couldn't agree more. I don't think I've ever used a piece of software as intuitively simple as iWeb. I remember launching it for the first time and building a site without reading any of the manual at all.


    Okay the code isn't great - we all know that. But the interface is supreme. I've yet to find anything as good in that respect. That's why I keep my copy too.

  • Eclipse Now Level 1 Level 1

    So Roddy,

    if I learn HTML5 and CSS (or is that CSS3?) what do I bang it all together in? Kompozer? Dreamweaver? Or should I get Flux as having a tidier interface while learning the code will help me gain confidence? Or is there some other Open Source thing out there that I'm not familiar with?

  • Roddy Level 6 Level 6

    I use Rage's WebDesign because it has all the features I need.


    Taco is good and is cheaper.


    Fraise is free.


    Blue Griffon is also free but is not very intuitive.

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