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Free Website Design Software Works

Professional website design is expensive, so it’s worth looking at the various free website design software that is available. There are many reasons why people are looking at developing their own websites.

Virtually every business in existence today should have a website. Not only does it help current customers or clients stay abreast of any new changes in the business, but it also can help draw in potential new clients.

Not only are businesses taking advantage of website, many individuals are setting up sites to keep up-to-date with friends and relatives, to post their photos and to generally socialize online.

One of the most popular brands of free website design software is WebPlus. It can easily be downloaded online and is simple and easy to use, even in the hands of a beginner.

An alternative brand of software is Nvu. It can also be obtained free of charge and is compatible with both Windows and Microsoft operating systems. Nvu also does not require any knowledge of HTML code, making it suitable for beginners as well. The program even provides ready-made templates and some generic images, and users can design an entire website using just the tools included in the program.

Most website designers are of the opinion that Dreamweaver and FrontPage are the best software to use in designing a website.

Dreamweaver is produced by Adobe. It is an excellent program with lots of detail and extra features. It is also very expensive.

FrontPage is also very expensive, and like Dreamweaver requires knowledge of advanced HTML to make good use of the program.

With so many free website design software options available, a beginner really does not need to pay in order to obtain software suitable for designing a web page. Websites can be easily designed using free software and they can be made to look professionally done as well.

As long as the individual using the free website design software understands basic computer commands and takes their time choosing a template, colors and fonts, they can create a great looking website in under a day.

With a tutorial available in nearly every free program users can learn how to make use of the program and get started on their web design project. Just follow the step-by-step instructions and you will soon be on your way.

If you have had little or no experience in using web design software, there really is no need for you to spend large amounts of money on professional design software. You can simply download a free software package and create your website quickly and easily.

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The Golden Gate Bridge at Dusk
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Daily Photo – The Golden Gate Bridge at Dusk
I had spent the previous night up in Napa, visiting my mom and grandmother. This was a long day with a stop in Petaluma to see Leo’s operation, a fast hike through the Muir Woods, and then a visit to the Golden Gate Bridge to catch its majesty at sunset.

I’m sure locals know this spot very well, but I found it thanks to Google Earth. I knew it would be a cool spot, but driving to these spots is always a bit sketchy when you have never been there before. It appeared to be a simple jog off Highway 1, and it actually was. It’s nice when something that looks easy ends up actually being easy! This isn’t usually the case. Even better, the wind wasn’t howling a mile a minute, which I think can happen around here if you don’t watch out!

After I took this, I could hardly wait to get back home to process the final image. I don’t know about y’all, but I find the post-processing just as fun as the actual shooting… I really get a kick out of it!

New Free Video Coming Soon
Tonight I edited together another video about how I took a photo in New Zealand. I’ll get it uploaded soon to share with everyone! In the meantime, you can check out others in the Video section of the website.

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