Site building software

Home Forums Brickfilming Forums Hardware and Software Site building software

This topic contains 10 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by Profile photo of Dude Sweeeeeet! Dude Sweeeeeet! 12 years, 5 months ago.

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 11 total)
  • Author
  • #1264
    Profile photo of Dude Sweeeeeet!
    Dude Sweeeeeet!

    Now that I have your attention, I going to make myself a website!
    I have the layout in mind, but I miss one thing. (guess what?) I need the right software! So what do you guys suggest? If you have website, what program do you use? I prefer free software/shareware.

    Merci d’avance!

    Profile photo of Cometgreen

    Learn html. No special software needed.


    Profile photo of Alex W
    Alex W

    I just used the free Yahoo sitebuilder to create my website. It doesn’t do anything extraordinary, but it gets the job done. If you know anything about html (which I don’t), you could always just use notepad.


    Profile photo of Banjo

    Or use Geocities to make your html site lol.. HTML is the simplist thing ive learned.. PM someone who is good at it (me or comet im guessing) and we can help you (i am prety good at it)

    Profile photo of Dude Sweeeeeet!
    Dude Sweeeeeet!

    Thanks for the advise you guys. But aren’t there any programs which you can drop and drag stuff, and then generate it into HTML?

    Profile photo of RevMen

    I’ve never tried it, but you can use Microsoft Word to build web pages. Just make a word document that looks like what you want your website to be and save it as an html. Of course, you have to have MS Word on your computer.

    There’s also a whole grip of HTML editors, WYSIWYG and otherwise, at Go to the Web Authoring/HTML Editors section.

    Profile photo of T

    “Macromedia Dreamweaver 4”

    it’s not free, but it’s the best (html/wysiwyg) website builder.
    It’s the most used software by the profs.

    Hmm, shareware, freeware.

    Geocities, website builder is pretty simple to use and you can drag and do what you want, but it also add lot of garbage html tags.

    Profile photo of The Janitor
    The Janitor

    In case you are interested in learning HTML, or for anyone else interested in learning HTML, here is an excellent tutorial. It is what I used to learn HTML.

    Profile photo of majordirector

    i learnt some HTML from The tutorials are good and they’ve got some advanced stuff to.

    Profile photo of WhiteDragon

    I taught myself html with an old html for Macintosh book… I use First Page ( to edit my html. It has a bunch of tools and lets you preveiw your work.

    Here’s the site I’ve made with it: html://

Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 11 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.