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by mlwelch / November 27, 2005 3:41 AM PST

I am creating a website for a musician. I am pretty computer savy, but have limited html experience. I have built basic sites before using software such as the design wizards offered by bizland.
Now that I am in the market for another web design program or service, I find that there are simply too many to even start to compare.
Will someone please suggest some "not to basic" yet "not html" design tools.
Thanks so much.

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by MarkFlax Forum moderator / November 29, 2005 2:00 AM PST
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Here is an online idea for hosting and building...
by farmwife / November 30, 2005 11:47 PM PST

You might take a look at www.homestead.com. It was highly recommended by a major computer magazine this fall. I tried the one month free trial and liked the support staff, the training, the tutorials, and the interface. All in all it is very nice to work with. I ended up purchasing Front Page because I wanted more flexibility--being able to use CSS to change colors easily in my web site, for instance. Blessings, Farmwife

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