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Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by LadyVader81, Mar 14, 2002.

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  1. LadyVader81 Jedi Grand Master

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    anyone know where I can get coding or help with creating web pages from ???

    pretty please ~~puppy dog eyes~~
  2. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Ask Me and Sam

    Use my work email and I shall help you- I think Sams a bit snowed under :)
  3. ObiJohnKenobi Jedi Youngling

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    My brother's a web designer, and when I had to make a site he told me to use this place whenever I got stuck:

    WebMonkey
  4. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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  5. LadyVader81 Jedi Grand Master

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    just I am suppose to be creating a section on a web page but others all know html except me and I will get marked down if they do all the work :(
  6. MomentOfTriumph Jedi Grand Master

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  7. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    What bit do you need to do?
  8. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    Plenty of peeps here know HTML... including myself. So what needs to be done? Or would you prefer somewhere to learn it and do it yourself? :)
  9. LadyVader81 Jedi Grand Master

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    lol @Arun the whole thing....I got dreamweaver at home but I dont know how to use it.
  10. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Dreamweaver is easy aa pie.
    I can give you pointers, but its mainly drop and point and hope! :p
  11. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    It depends what you need to do in your section, Jeannette.

    WebMonkey is a goodun... alternatively pop down to the library and see if they have a copy of something like "An Idiots Guide to HTML 4/5/6..." or something like that. That's basically how I started and learnt.

    Another good web resource is All HTML

    Alternatively, drop me an email at work and I'll see what I can do to help! :)

    EDIT: Ahh... you have DreamWeaver... that makes it a little different... tell me what needs to be on there and I can suggest the appropriate method.
  12. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    My brother is a webdesigner/developer and everyone at his company there says Dreamweaver is a load of crap heh...

    Opinions... opinions...!
  13. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    Dreamweaver is a walk in the park....

    It's designed for idiots like myself to put things on the web...

  14. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    My brother is a webdesigner/developer and everyone at his company there says Dreamweaver is a load of crap heh...

    No offence, but that is the dumbest statement I've ever heard... I'd like to know what your brother uses

    Jeannette, go here for a Dreamweaver tutorial.
  15. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    Well most of the creative sites out there use Dreamweaver and Flash...

    What's you brother use Mayhem....Front Page?


    LOL
  16. Tanktopgirl Jedi Grand Master

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    If only you'd asked after next Wednesday - I'm off on an official HTML training course...

    But it's NOT difficult and I did learn unofficially from an idiots guide to HTML in our staff collection.
  17. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    My brother personally doesn't use ANY package... he codes in raw HTML off the bat. Sounds mad? That's what I do too. Really up to the individual to use what they feel most comfortable with.

    Not saying Frontpage/Dreamweaver aren't useful... but many professional companies don't touch them with a barge pole (from what I've heard)...

    ED: Flash is used (of course)... you can't get away from that really...
  18. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    Well...coding is fine and dandy...but most coder's know bugger all about design and asthetics and most html only site's are quite rubbish..it's got to look pretty...no?

  19. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    Not saying Frontpage/Dreamweaver aren't useful... but many professional companies don't touch them with a barge pole (from what I've heard)...

    Get over youself, man! Take a look in any vacancy bulletin for web designers and experience with Dreamweaver is the most common and generally first attribute they ask for.

    Any company that wants a quick turnaround in work and something that doesn't look like a bunch of toss use Dreamweaver. I used to raw code and it takes far too long in comparison and you can do so much more using Dreamweaver and much quicker.

    However, I would like to distance FrontPage and Dreamweaver... Frontpage is absolute cack
  20. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    limited to say the least...
  21. ObiJohnKenobi Jedi Youngling

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    Dum dum

    Dum dum

    Dum dum

    Dum dum

    Flash!!

    AAHH-AAAHHHHHH!!


    He saaaved everyoneofus!
  22. Poodu Jedi Youngling

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    limited doesn't describe it... £100 for that is a rip-off... with FrontPage it is quicker to hand-code...

    ED: Most professional companies I know wouldn't touch Flash with a ten foot weener...
  23. Arun Dale Jedi Grand Master

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    Microsoft ripping us off?


    Never?
  24. MayhemUK Jedi Master

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    As my brother did a degree in Design, I think he's qualified enough to make it look good also ;)

    Okay fair dues... I've tried both Frontpage and Dreamweaver myself, and found the latter to be far better and more flexible.

    Hmmm... I'll try looking up some sites he's done and see what you think...
  25. anakin_pm Jedi Master

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    Dreamweaver is like the industry standard, I dont know which companies you are going on about Mayhem, but it must be ones that get thier software free. Any sensible company will use DW, Im with Sam look at the Vacancies, If you dont know DW, you aint got a job, it simple as that.

    LV- Do you still need help?
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