web design software, which one?

  rickf 22:02 22 Mar 10

I am going to build a website for myself. Can anyone recommend an easy wysiwyg bundle or anything similar which does not require knowledge of html programming. I just want a simple site to advertise my services which would include a few photos. Thanks

  Proclaimer 22:16 22 Mar 10

from serif for £9.99 click here

  rickf 22:25 22 Mar 10

Thanks, this looks interesting with 3 months free hosting and then £2.99/month after

click here
or Serif X2 professional
Any good, anyone?

  wee eddie 09:13 23 Mar 10

There was a 'free' copy of 'Net Objects Fusion'.

It has been consistently, well, reviewed over the years but I am not able to comment on how it compares to other software.

  Proclaimer 15:38 23 Mar 10

and it is not vastly superior to 10. If you are going to spend in the region of £50.00 then then webplus X4 is out and Serif could be bargained with if you call them.

If you do call them, plead poverty until they crash the price :P

The templates in the Serif Software are a great starting point for any novice.

  beynac 16:14 23 Mar 10

This one is free and is fairly simple to use. I haven't tried it fully (I've only played with it), but it could be worth a go.

click here

  chub_tor 16:23 23 Mar 10

I've just bought Serif Webplus X2 for £9.99, it's worth calling them to see if it is still available.

  spuds 19:31 23 Mar 10

You could try click here and WebPlus, then go onto better things!.

  rickf 20:18 23 Mar 10

Thanks everyone for your contribution so far. I am still waitingfor Diesee's response re Webeasy Platinium. Apparently, he has experience of this bundle and thinks quite highly of it.

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