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Old 01-08-2006, 09:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While I may be good at tax and the BB, I am not so good at web sites. The front page of my site is the standard Comcast Personal Web Page. The other pages were built in Word and saved as a single web file. Apparently this means they can only be viewed in IE. Not on the BB, and not in Firefox or Opera etc. I guess if I can find a simple offline editor that upload, including subdirectories, I can make my site more friendly to all. If anyone has suggestions, please let me know. On this one I would be looking for a simple free program since this is a part time hobby for me.

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If you have Microsoft Office installed, then you may already have Frontpage installed on your pc, depending on your suite of MS Office. Frontpage is a pretty good WYSIWYG editor and is very user-friendly. Other than that has several freeware HTML and WYSIWYG editors. Don't quote me on this, but I believe CoffeeCup has a free version of their editor. To my recollection, the free version only has limitations to advanced features like DHTML, PHP and etc. Hope this helps.

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