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    I am still working on my site but tryin to figure out html with no training isnt easy! I downloaded a template and I can right click edit in ms work and it shows just like a web page....how would I save html then edit it in word because I have made changes? I just think it would be easier to add pictures and text in word while viewing it as a web page.

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    I have never edited html in Word. I have used wordpad and notepad before though.

    There are better options available for free.

    Have you tried CoffeeCup? It's a free SplitScreen editor. Split screen is great because it allows you to display code and wysiwyg at the same time.

    I mostly use frontpage but this editor seems to be pretty good. Give it a try at:

    http://www.coffeecup.com/free-editor/


    Let me know what you think:

    Keith
    Start a profitable lawn care business.

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      im downloading .....I will let you know how it works out.

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        Well the free editior didnt let me use visual....but I did dl a form editor and it looks great!!! only problem is my free site wont allow it to send the message. Here is the page with the formhttp://greenviewsuperior913.angelfire.com/services.html
        What do you think?

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        • #5
          Quote[/b] (makbootzy @ Feb. 15 2008,2:25)]Well the free editior didnt let me use visual....but I did dl a form editor and it looks great!!! only problem is my free site wont allow it to send the message. Here is the page with the formhttp://greenviewsuperior913.angelfire.com/services.html
          What do you think?
          That's because you don't have any programming behind your form and it seems to be sending it to a page.. and that page ain't loaded to the internet.

          if you really want.. I can make you a form..

          you can check out mine..

          My form



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          • #6
            Im pretty sure my site wont allow but if you would like to you can..oh and this is the page its suppose to redirect tohttp://greenviewsuperior913.angelfir...Thank_you.html

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            • #7
              Rick, if your site doesn't allow it, you can always just have a simple email link. That could be effective enough for you.
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