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    Default Best way to design a site is...

    Use photoshop to make one large template them slice the images in imageready and then save optimized then ytou got a site telmeplate sorda then you gotta delete some of the images you wanna type over and set them as that cell bg that it came from =)

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    i think maya is also a good one to make

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    Start from nothing, with NotePad and Paint.
    That's skill.

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    And more: with simple tools you'll make simple sites. In really most part of sites is not needs. But eats traffic.
    Difference between "by hand" and "by tool" in 8-10 times! If I make my site here (at BizHat) with many powerful tools - I'll can't put. Because space is restricted.

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    There was a time when it was respectful making a website on Notepad (From nothing) now itís nothing more then time consuming, the internet world is changing/ moving fast.

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    Default Best way to design a site is...

    whichever way suits YOU :) - I know plenty of people that use dreamweaver and other packages like that...and at the other end i know loads that prefer to hand code HTML.

    For my part i just tend to use Textpad for XHTML/XML and CSS and Photoshop when i need to work on graphics. Its not better than any other way - I could do most of what i need in MS Word - but then i'd have loads of code i don't need and would never need to learn a single markup tag - which is part of why i do it in the first place.

    nexus.

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    personally I know absolutely nothing about coding and whatnot.
    my site is crap but compared to my other efforts in the past its pretty fancy.
    Being a complete novice I found this site to be pretty helpful
    http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorial.../Web-Layouts/1

    I kinda copied the dark layout for my website with photoshop and dreamweaver

    I can only improve i guess

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by waitohi
    personally I know absolutely nothing about coding and whatnot.
    my site is crap but compared to my other efforts in the past its pretty fancy.
    Being a complete novice I found this site to be pretty helpful
    http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorial.../Web-Layouts/1

    I kinda copied the dark layout for my website with photoshop and dreamweaver

    I can only improve i guess

    cheers
    That website has too much pop ups, I went on it and right away got 3 pop ups and they kept increasing.

    What's your website?

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    Yeah... to me photoshop is the best way to... I'm trying to get adobe illustrator, anyone can tell me about this program to design web sites?

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    i got adobe photoshop CS, illustrator CS and imageready .......cs LOL
    they're all pretty good~ someppl dont like imageready's gifs though :S but i think its good enough!! :D
    also i was bout to get inDesign but i think i already have too many designign programs lol

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