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Microsoft frontpage/dreamweaver


timber

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have just made a web site up click here using frontpage
now going to look at what dreamweaver can do.

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Terry Brown

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Just what it should be, Clear , consise , accurate, no unnecessary garbage.

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Forum Editor

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It would have a good deal more impact if perhaps there was a bit more content. I personally find the way that you've centred all the text a bit distracting, and colouring text blue on a website always tends to make people expect a hyperlink.

If you are going to experiment with Dreamweaver try using tables - you might find the results interesting. Tables are a web-designer's friend.

There's nothing wrong with your site - it's just that it has a whole range of possibilities, and it might be fun to explore some of them.

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timber

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thanks for the comments and you are correct I had the site on before shall take comments on board but having looked at dreamweaver think it could be a little while before I,ll able to be able to get something near what I want but will stick with it.


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