Best Free Resources Part 2 Building Your Web Site(s) Exciting Panorama Of Editors
Best Free Resources, Part 2 - - Building Your Web Site ( s ): Exciting Panorama Of Editors
The list of available commercial Web / HTML editors is never - ending and the price tags are... well... PRICEY! Most folks don’t want to spend a large amount of money to get started with their online business. No problem, because the goal is not to spend money, but to make money. Consequently it makes flawless sense to employ a program to design Web sites that is to be had for FREE.
Best - Known – And Sometimes Surprising - - Free Web Editors
* NotePad ( comes with Windows ) - - When creating a Web site,
most Internet marketers favor using an HTML editor to
code their HTML, as it can seriously simplify a fairly
difficult procedure. However, using an HTML editor has
some disadvantages, as they have an inclination for
adding a lot of unnecessary coding and may not support
the most recent technologies. For this cause, many
Internet marketers choose to write code themselves, with
Notepad. Although coding HTML with Notepad will definitely
be more time consuming, your final code will be a great
deal cleaner and can reduce your file size significantly.
* NoteTab Light ( http://www.notetab.com/) - - 100 % Free
( no ads and no nag screens )
* Google's web - site building tool, called GOOGLE PAGES
( If you have a Gmail account – login with Gmail ID and
Password at http://pages.google.com)
* If you use Netscape, do you know that you also get an
amazing WYSIWYG ( what you see is what you get ) editor / Web
design program named Netscape Composer, for free? Essentially,
you do not need an expensive HTML editor anymore. It has
comparable professional features like FrontPage or other
similar programs. For designing dazzling and professional
appearing Web sites with Netscape Composer, you will need to
download the Netscape software, first.
* Nvu ( pronounced N - view ) - - This is a complete Web authoring
system for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Macintosh. It rivals
applications such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver. Nvu ( for
" new view " ) makes managing Web sites a cinch. No technical
expertise or knowledge of HTML is needed.
Voila! A stunning and professional looking “DIY” ( do - it - yourself ) Web site! Your “self - satisfaction factor” must be at an all - time high, and rightfully so! It’s definitely worth the effort. Keep in mind that professional Web design software is highly expensive and does the same job. But why add that cost factor?
Alternatively, you can choose from a huge collection of third - party online services to do the job for you. Again, why go to this expense? There are incredibly expensive, as well. Don’t you think that other necessary fees, starting with your hosting and perhaps an AutoResponder service are high enough, and you can, without difficulty, do it yourself and not be spending those additional dollars?
Your final result will be a custom design that will entice your visitors back, again and again. You will build a community, develop your own brand loyalty, and cultivate a long - term relationship that will turn a frequent visitor into a cherished customer.
Web site design goes much further than just creating a good - looking design, although that remains a crucial element. As you are finding out, there are hundreds of components that need to fit together. And the Web site itself has to perform the job of helping visitors navigate through the site so that they are assurred of getting the information they came for. Your site is the entity that oversees their visits, and ensures that they have every opportunity to take the action you want, without becoming lost or overwhelmed.
About The Author:
Peter Dobler is a veteran in the IT business. His passion for experimenting with new internet marketing strategies leads him to explore new niche markets.
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