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    Hosting Guru wajahat_mehdi88 is on a distinguished road
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    Wink HTML codes without knowing HTML

    Guys, I don't know a single HTML code still I create my web pages in HTML.

    I use Microsoft Frontpage to create whatever page, then click on the HTML tab shown below, copy the HTML format of the page and paste it to my website's page. That's the way I do it. This way, you may create registration forms, guest books, FAQs and many more without knowing HTML. What else can I say? You all know how great Frontpage is.

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    you know how much better dreamweaver is? and the only reason that it is much better is because its not made by micros***s?
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    lol, someones a fan of microsoft

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    Quote Originally Posted by wajahat_mehdi88
    Guys, I don't know a single HTML code still I create my web pages in HTML.

    I use Microsoft Frontpage to create whatever page, then click on the HTML tab shown below, copy the HTML format of the page and paste it to my website's page. That's the way I do it. This way, you may create registration forms, guest books, FAQs and many more without knowing HTML. What else can I say? You all know how great Frontpage is.
    it's not great. it's useful but you should think of actually learning html little by little! It's so much to manipulate code without having to rely solely on frontpage or some other pagemaker

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    i have quite alot of html, (learning more as i need it) and i find knowing more and more usefull, i would suggest spending time to learn it

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    or i just downloaded a html builder and as i built my site i began to learn by myself.... dass wat i would do easy~

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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNut
    i have quite alot of html, (learning more as i need it) and i find knowing more and more usefull, i would suggest spending time to learn it
    i agree. you can never be considered a serious web designer unless you actually learn to code. people would right-click, view source my site and go when they see the FrontPage quote somewhere in the source

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    its not hard to learn either, its just remembering all the codes, which can be done by saving a quick text file on your computer

    an easy solution to the frontpage thing could be to go to the html files, open them, then delete the fp quotes

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    hahhaha i've thought of it more times than I can count but I would know. that's enough of a downer for me

    but in my practice pages though, I have explanations for every activity I have so If I forget things, I just open them and read up!

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    Macromedia MX is great too.And if you MX extensions you can add functionality to your website without any HTML or scripting knowledge.
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