Federico Makabenta (email@example.com)
Wed, 31 May 2000 13:07:22 +0800
Currently I have Macromedia Fireworks and Dreamweaver. However, the prices
for the package of this one is kind of steep ($400+).
Ever since I started using these programs - I've never used anything else.
Fireworks is the graphic workhorse (which also makes them into low-bandwidth
images for web use) while Dreamweaver manages the website and the sitemap.
Both in combo make for a pretty awesome site.
Look at mine:
and check inside for some pages I've done using Dreamweaver. Not all of them
are done on Dreamweaver though.
Hope to be of some help,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 12:26 PM
Subject: [gundam] [OT] HTML blues
> Oh I've got the HTML blues...
> We have over 220 htm files, 1300 JPGs, 190 GIFs. One of the folder has
> 300+ files and in anotherpart of the site, some files are over 8
> subdirectories deep. And there are a huge number of cross-links
> between the HTMLs. Managing things is getting real crazy.
> I have been writing Newtype Asylum using a text editor (if you really have
> to know, I am using vi). The images are done using various generic
> share/freeware image editors. No scripts, no popups, no frames, no
> buttons. No sleep.
> A lot of pro-level sites seem to be using custom programs. I can't afford
> the time or money to do that. I just need some power tools to help tame
> this beast.
> Please, what do you guys use? Frontpage? Unix stuffs? Or more esoteric
> Name: Core
> Patient ID: #1
> Room: http://side7.gundam.com/newtype_asylum/
> Condition: Critical
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