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Fancy Bits

Hey All,

I have a very easy Question,
I currently use Macromedia UnltraDev
to do all my web development, as it is easy to swicth for the code and what not.....but

i am looking for somthing really easy to use for the Fancy bits on a webpage?

Any Ideas

I have seen one so far
called Actual Drawing,
it looks not bad, but before
i make a purchase, i thought i would ask

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brunoCommented:
what are these fancy bits you refer to?
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mofoworkingAuthor Commented:
Ok sorry, i thought that might be a bit confusing :)

What i am really after is some nice looking templets i guess
that it is easy to put my infomation into,
withought having to creat all the buttong and what not myself

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brunoCommented:
I looked up Actual Drawing, found this: http://www.pysoft.com/ActualDrawingMainPage.html

Looks good for a beginner, as it does a lot of stuff all in one program, however, how well it does that stuff, not sure.

Most professional web developers create code by hand, and use different programs that specialize in what they need to do.

Myself, I use Homesite (previously Allaire, now Macromedia) for my coding, use Photoshop for image editing/manipulation, CuteFTP for ftping, etc...


If you are just looking for a good WYSIWYG editor, try Dreaweaver, never used it, but supposed to be pretty good.  

i believe this is similar to Homesite, and free, never used it but it's recommended a lot on here, probably better for hand coding than WYSIWYG however.
http://www.evrsoft.com/


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mofoworkingAuthor Commented:
Ok the thing is
I am a coder,
that is what i do,
but i am trying to make my sites look a bit more "pretty"

so i was looking for something simple to use to get it up and running
Now actual drawing has about 10 different templates you can use...which is good for me i think

I have looked at homesite, but it is not really what i was after

Ultradev is what i code in, it gets me by

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brunoCommented:
ahh...

ok, well most graphic designers will do a mockup of a site in Photoshop, then the developers (us) get to slice it up in ImageReady...

if you are not comfortable doing the actual design for a site (i'd rather not myself) then i suppose you can go the route of the software you are looking at.  

I don't however, have any experience with software that comes with templates like that, sorry!


BRUNO
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mofoworkingAuthor Commented:
That fine, thanks very much for your imput

i will leave the question open for a day to see what other repsonses i get

Thanks again
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brunoCommented:
>>i will leave the question open for a day to see what other repsonses i get

absolutely, i'm interested as well.  :-)
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