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Old January 8th 04, 01:58 AM
eliquint
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Default WYSIWYG web software info

I wrote:
"As for the WYSIWYG web software, I will ask my brother the computer guru,
if he knows
of any, and will post the info I find out for the group."
Hope this answer helps yall out!


Q?: I do wish they would invent a wysiwyg type web page
builder that would work with all the currently popular browsers.????

And the Answer is (per my little brother the computer guru):
"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the best
results from anyway."



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Old January 8th 04, 07:59 PM
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"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the best
results from anyway."


Front Page is great, but has proprietarty code that is not read by all
browsers. For instance the code for BOLD is different, and will not come up
bold in Netscape Nav. but does in IE....or the other way 'round, I forget which
.. You can get around this by opening the html and putting in the other version
of the tag as well.
Sarajane

Sarajane's Polymer Clay Gallery
http://www.polyclay.com


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Old January 8th 04, 08:38 PM
eliquint
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Sorry I am not that evolved in computers, so I understand very little about
your response. However you & my brother definitely speak the same language!
LOL
Ms. Eli Quin


"Sjpolyclay" wrote in message
...
"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the best
results from anyway."


Front Page is great, but has proprietarty code that is not read by all
browsers. For instance the code for BOLD is different, and will not come

up
bold in Netscape Nav. but does in IE....or the other way 'round, I forget

which
. You can get around this by opening the html and putting in the other

version
of the tag as well.
Sarajane

Sarajane's Polymer Clay Gallery
http://www.polyclay.com




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Old January 9th 04, 03:45 AM
Kim Chee
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"eliquint" wrote in message .. .
Sorry I am not that evolved in computers, so I understand very little about
your response. However you & my brother definitely speak the same language!
LOL
Ms. Eli Quin


"Sjpolyclay" wrote in message
...
"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the best
results from anyway."


Front Page is great, but has proprietarty code that is not read by all
browsers. For instance the code for BOLD is different, and will not come

up
bold in Netscape Nav. but does in IE....or the other way 'round, I forget

which
. You can get around this by opening the html and putting in the other

version
of the tag as well.
Sarajane

Sarajane's Polymer Clay Gallery
http://www.polyclay.com





Here's a free one:

http://wojanware.com/

Paul
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Old January 9th 04, 05:00 AM
Peggy M
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Front Page has an option which may be set to generate cross-browser
compatible code. It's under Tools/Page Options/Browsers. It still
generates pretty poor HTML code from a technical standpoint, but then, most
of the WYSIWYG editors do!



Sjpolyclay wrote:
"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the
best results from anyway."


Front Page is great, but has proprietarty code that is not read by all
browsers. For instance the code for BOLD is different, and will not
come up bold in Netscape Nav. but does in IE....or the other way
'round, I forget which . You can get around this by opening the html
and putting in the other version of the tag as well.
Sarajane

Sarajane's Polymer Clay Gallery
http://www.polyclay.com




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Old January 9th 04, 06:18 AM
Alicia
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I use "Netobjects Fusion"(personal edition.) I find it very user friendly.

Alicia
http://swee****eribizans.com/html/pc_1.html

eliquint wrote:
I wrote:
"As for the WYSIWYG web software, I will ask my brother the computer guru,
if he knows
of any, and will post the info I find out for the group."
Hope this answer helps yall out!


Q?: I do wish they would invent a wysiwyg type web page
builder that would work with all the currently popular browsers.????

And the Answer is (per my little brother the computer guru):
"Microsoft Front Page is my suggestion. That is what I have had the best
results from anyway."




 




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