Dreamweaver or Web Host

  DiscMan 21:49 01 Nov 2006

Can anyone advise me? I want to setup a website for my new business and have looked at web hosting sites that offer the tools to create your website with them - or would it be better to buy the software such as Dreamweaver8 and do it myself.


  dogbreath1 22:08 01 Nov 2006

Personally, I would suggest using a hosting site (I use 1and1...they're very good) and use the WebsiteCreator software they supply.

It's a bit basic but you then have options. If you don't like basic, get Dreamweaver or equivalent software.

  DiscMan 13:11 02 Nov 2006

Thanks for that I'll try them out

  Z1100 15:16 02 Nov 2006

...and Storm Internet, I find Storm to be very good, testimonials here including one from me to them.

click here

As for MS Publisher I have found it easy to use, I tried Dreamweaver, I em... found it... but could not use it. Could be I need educated could be it is a Pro tool and I am not. Either way I found my solution with MS Publisher and Storm.

If you need 'a shop' PCA gave one away on the Nov2006 issue. It is a fulle-comerce one, for what ever that means. ;)

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