I'm confused....Flare is used to develop Help and was developed by the same people who created RoboHelp. It is not a web design tool (I may be wrong here), so if your friend has volunteered to help someone with their website, why was it developed using Flare? I'm a damn good web designer myself, but I would never use Flare to develop a website (no offense to the people at MadCap). I would use Dreamweaver or some similar program.
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