- Can anyone recommend a free website design program?
So it's a static site and probably doesn't need to include on-site payment handling? You can easily make do with something like seamonkey or coffeecup then. Then if you need something more you could spend a few quid and get something simpler. As mentioned above though, you could try a trial edition of one of the biggies, but remember the trials dont usually cover commercial use.
The linux geek in me wants to say "just use a text editor", but thats a bit mean.Posted 8 years agoMidlandTrailquestsGrahamMember
I got a book called "Create your own website in a weekend" for about £5 from a remainder shop and made this, http://www.aecmilitant.co.uk although, admittedly, it took a lot more than one weekend and I later picked up another cheap book on HTML.Posted 8 years ago
There's a few good HTML tutor websites around for free now, so you don't even need to buy a book.
One of the best tricks I learned was to right click on a page and "View Source". This will show you the HTML code for that page. Pick a simple website that is something like what you want and us it as a template.
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