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03-09-2006, 06:35 PM
I have this program but have not used it. Would you use this software or the Page Wizard? I don't know jack about HTML and I have read through the tutorial but I don't think it's that comprehensive.
Also, if I decide to use the Webeasy Pro 6, can I still take advantage of some of the tools offered through Bluehost?
Any advice would be appreciated.
03-09-2006, 06:58 PM
I would advise using an offline editor as opposed to an online editor. I'm assuming this program you are talking about is an offline editor. You'll probably learn a lot by goofing around with this program too. The only thing you'll have to do after you compile a site that you like is to upload it.
So, my advice would be to use the Webeasy Pro and avoid the Page Wizard. I've heard horror stories about the Page Wizard being buggy.
Hope that was helpful.
03-09-2006, 07:06 PM
Thanks I appreciate it. Are there any of the tools that Bluehose offers for free that you recommend? I am setting up an ecommerce site and the Webeasy pro comes with some tool, I just didn't know how they compare.
Thanks again for the advice.
03-09-2006, 07:29 PM
bluehost has access to quite a bit of free tools through Fantastico. You can set up pretty much anything by using that. There are lots of programs and tools that you can install on your site using that. It's pretty easy to use, it just takes some learning of the programs and what to do with them. I think all of the stuff that goes through Fantistco is open-source, so at least you're not wasting any money by using these programs.
I was already a Wordpress user when I signed on to bluehost, but I have goofed around with some of the programs in Fantastico and some of them are pretty neat. It just takes a little time and experimenting with these tools to see if any are right for you. As for e-commerce though, I'm not sure what would be best to suggest.
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