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[filmscanners] Re: Web home page writing software

I use Dreamweaver MX for html and iView Multimedia for catalogs. Many
people learn enough html and then use BBEdit, which is sufficient for
most uses, but more work because you are doing everything "by hand." I
would keep all images on main pages under 15K if possible, and then link
to 100K larger images. Frames are very unintuitive, but very useful--
you'll need to read up on them. I've found lots of help at <http://
hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/index.html>, but haven't explored the site
in detail.


Alan Harper

At 2:03 PM 7/30/02, Alex Zabrovsky said:

>A little bit off-topic issue:
>I intend to begin building my web site soon having gained reasonable amount
>of images to be exhibited.
>I'm quite novice in web design, have no idea how to do that myself.
>I would be glad to hear any suggestion you have which simple-to-use software
>can be utilized for web page design which would also allow building easily
>manageable image galleries.
>Also, JPEG image size for web advises are welcome.
>I'm going to purchase a domain and will have to decide about purchasing web
>hosting somewhere.
>I think web hosting offer for 50 MB space would be fair for reasonable
>Do you think it would be enough for starter ?
>Thanks in advance,
>Alex Z
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