On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 2:14 PM, Karl DeSaulniers <k...@designdrumm.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately, I am still working on an old G4 Powerbook trying to finish a
> website of mine.
> Adobe GoLive was the program I imprinted on and it stuck. Sadly it has gone
> away now
> and Dreamweaver is the replacement. I am not fond of DW but will no doubt
> have to
> adjust to get a job in the industry as it is the main stay these days for
> Sadly DW isn't any better (that I know of) when it comes to editing,
> debugging and creating
> server-side tech. So this NetBeans thingamajig is a real pleaser for me...
Actually, you might find netbeans just all that for writing the HTML,
CSS and JS stuff, too.
I used Dreamweaver when it first came out and compared to the other
sorts of things available at the time, it was pretty spiffy. But time
has marched on, and creating HTML isn't something I want a visual
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