Re: Recommended web site programs

Subject: Re: Recommended web site programs
From: Carol Anne Wall <carol_anne_t_wall -at- msn -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 07:04:58 -0500

I've been using WeBuilder 2008 by Blumentals Software ( There's a new version that has commercial pricing at $70, and the student/home version at $50. I'm a big fan of Dreamweaver, but I can't afford it anymore. WeBuilder has the type of functionality and behavior that I got use to with my Dreamweaver 4 software.

At this point, I don't do much beyond editing existing html pages, but I've been very pleased with WeBuilder so far. I hope to be able to play with it more in the future, and do more site development than site editing.

Carol Anne

Carol Anne Wall - St. Paul, MN carol_anne_t_wall -at- msn -dot- com Community Faculty - Metropolitan State University


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