[Techtalk] Website Building Program For Dummies (me)

Mick Timony madra at gis.net
Wed Aug 7 22:09:21 EST 2002

>Photoshop for fancier fun
I'm surprised no-one has mentioned The Gimp! Not a html editor, but you
may find it a handy replacement for Photoshop saving you from having to
reboot to Windows.

PS Sorry if I posted twice, I receive the posts in digest mode and
forgot to edit out the other messages leading to a really long posting.

> > Subject: Re: [Techtalk] Website Building Program For Dummies (me)
> > 
> > On Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 02:10:16PM -0700, Malke Routh wrote:
> > > Hi, all.  I have an extremely plain website, which I made in (I can
> > > hardly bring myself to say it) MS Publisher (in Windows).  This in
> > > itself should tell you that my web-building skills are pretty lame.  I
> > > just haven't spent any time in that area of computing, and although I'm
> > > not averse to learning some html, I don't really want to get into web
> > > design in depth.  Maybe someday, but right now my brain is filled up
> > > with other stuff.  The only reason I even have a website is that people
> > > expect it of a techie, and I can put simple information for the clients
> > > there.
> > > 
> > > Are there any linux programs that are sort of like Publisher, a drag &
> > > drop kind of thing?  I wouldn't mind spending under $50 for a program,
> > > but I can't afford any more.  
> > > 
> > > Right now, the only time I use WinXP is when I need to run The Print
> > > Shop to make cards, Photoshop for fancier fun, Publisher for the
> > > website, and my beloved TreePad Plus (a linux version is supposedly in
> > > the works).
> > 

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