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Web Design Tips 12

20 Jul Web Design Tips 12

By Paul Barrs

Welcome to today’s web design quick tip –

Moving a little away from “website design’, today we’re going to look quickly at the programs and applications that *do* the website design for us.

Once upon a time the only option was working with a good old fashioned HTML editor; still my favourite tool as I’m a little bit old school.

Then cam the super editors like Dreamweaver where you literally needed to do a course just to learn how to use them.

Now we commonly use WYSIWYG editors which are entirely online based.

All of these have positives and all of them have negatives.

Today’s audio will help you decide which is best for you.