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Alaric
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(Original post by Michael Beaver)
I use Apache. It's quite easy. I used Word to create the pages but they look a bit ****ty:

http://www.michaelbeaver.co.uk
Oh.
My.
God.

Never ever use Word to do html!
Never!

That goes for everyone, I don't want more annoying flotsam and jetsam floating around the web.
However the use of Apache to host it is much better.

With regard to making webpages easily; buy webhosting - you get what you pay for in life. 34SP are very good and reasonably priced!
If you _must_ use a WYSIWYG editor then use Dreamweaver.

Alaric.
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Dreamweaver is good I used dreamweaver to create my site because I was being lazy. When I come to redesign it though I shall use notepad.

A freeware program called Ist Page 2000 is very good. Its not WYSIWYG but it has all the HTML syntax all built in.

Word produces nasty very inefficient HTML code.
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whats wrong with notepad? that's all i ever use (and getting the layout right.... well that's just trial and error....)
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it can take ages in notepad though, with somthing like Ist Page its still all you own code you still have total control but you can get things done faster. If I had to buy software for my company (if I had one) I would not buy dreamweaver.
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