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I have been asked by my employer to take over our web site. My question is what would be the best or easiest software? I have very little experience with this and it was about 3 years ago. The site is eubanksautoplex.com and all I will be doing is updating the inventory portion of the site. I appreciate any suggestions.

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by shelleydoll In reply to New page start up

Well, if you're wanting to get back into html, a good editor to buy would be HomeSite. If you don't care about html, you could try Dreamweaver - both are from MacroMedia (http://www.macromedia.com) If you don't want to spend any money, check out http://www.tucows.com - they have a lot of editors there for free.

I checked out the page in question, and it seems pretty simple. Another option could be to use MS Word, and save as html. The output code may be ugly, but it may work for your needs, and you just open the existing html file and edit it. I wouldn't recommend this solution if you're planning on doing any coding 'by hand'.

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