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#1 Sector GFX

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 08:59 PM

Which one should l do for web sites..

1) Learn HTML/PHP to make web sites using by notepad

2) Make web sites using by Dreamweaver MX.

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#2 JTWedding

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 09:50 PM

Use dreamweaver, but do the split thing where you use html/php/whatever and then can see the design below. It makes designing pages like a million times faster

#3 Neupix

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 10:20 PM

yup.. do both. Learn HTML, PHP, etc. but then use Dreamweaver to edit it. I think alot of people think Dreamweaver is purely WYSIWYG, but it has a GREAT coding function built in.
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#4 JTWedding

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Posted 17 January 2004 - 11:14 PM

Originally posted by penguinpedia
yup.. do both. Learn HTML, PHP, etc. but then use Dreamweaver to edit it. I think alot of people think Dreamweaver is purely WYSIWYG, but it has a GREAT coding function built in.



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#5 psyris

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Posted 18 January 2004 - 03:27 AM

both again
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#6 shuv

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Posted 18 January 2004 - 02:53 PM

i agree do both, but try learning a little raw html before jumping to dreamweaver, then noone can take anything away from you because you actually learned it.
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