Hey, I may as well introduce myself. I am a ladywebmaster, or Moon, or Moonbeam, or 1Harleylady, or whatever you want to call me. I was given this link by someone who thought I could learn something. Time will tell. I am going to relax, kick back and see who talks to me. One thing I would like to learn is how to add a secure area to the web site I am the webmaster of. Anyone have any suggestions? I use FrontPage 2oo3, and have yet to find how to add this type of secure area, that is password protected. Any suggestions are welcome.
First step, lose frontpage.
Pick up something free like html-kit, notepad++, or notepad itself.
This is twice this morning I have seen a negative review for FrontPage, yet there are no reasons. Can you expand on your advice?
unless you code by hand in wysiwyg editors, they'll add tons of unecessary code. And if you code by hand, why not use a smaller, quicker, better, free, cooler program?
Such as what Fuzzy? FrontPage is the only program I have ever used.
hehe, there were many threads about this, but it is really a question of taste
i use Scintilla SciTE
many use html-kit from chami, or Vi, or notpad or "customised" versions of notpad, etc...(just to name a few).
But let me tell you, almost everyone has "his" fav editor here, hehe
view the code of this page - http://www.doane.edu/frats_sor/omega/publication1.htm
and compare it to this page - http://www.hddkillers.com/
the latter is much cleaner and is actually legible.
It won't be the last either. Front Pange makes for a much better punch-line than site builder.
Originally Posted by ladywebmaster
It is ridiculed pretty much throughout the industry.
Welcome to the forums ladywebmaster!
This site is a pretty good resource.
See ya around!
I used to use frontpage, but now I use html-kit. You can do so much more with html-kit.
Originally Posted by theuedimaster
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