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  1. #1
    Cat
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    Website software

    I have a website that totally sucks. I use a template from my ISP and don't like it.

    Can anyone suggest to me a good website creation program that doesn't cost a fortune and have an Everest-like learning curve?

    I need sound and the ability to do some e-commerce.



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    Re: Website software

    Wordpress themes are extremely simple to customize. You can also add audio plugins and e-commerce plugins.

    (And it's all free)

    Have a great day,

    Victoria N.
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    Re: Website software

    Check out <http://www.devhub.com> .

    I don't have personal knowledge about it, but I read an article about a guy who lost his job who used DevHub to create a lot of websites that now bring in enough ad money for him and his family to survive on - which may say more about the guy's creativity than about DevHub.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Website software

    If you are using a Mac, Rapidweaver is the way to go. It has an almost zero learning curve.

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    Re: Website software

    Cat, I forgot that Rapidweaver has been working on a PC version, I do not know if it is available yet.

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