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cecilia
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Hello everyone I´m completely new here.I´m planning to become into a web developer in a future.For now, I´m studing and following the steps that recommend in this glorious website.I´d like to know (and consider that I´m a VERY begginer please....!) which are the web design programs most used at these times.I´m learning a lot about HTML, XHTML, CSS, Javascript and the list goes on, and I´m concentrating in "understand" how everything works than memorizing how to do every single thing. I just wanted to know which programs are the most used and recommended to design and program websites.Thanks a lot, and thanks for the patience in this beggining of mine.Best regards to everyone!

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I would recommend that you learn to code with notepad first. If you learn to write the code yourself first and not rely on an editor you will be better off in the future.There are many good products, I do not know which is best but just don't use Frontpage...it is the worst piece of trash ever.

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HTML/CSS/JavaScript Editors: http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=760Free Image editor http://www.gimp.org/Top drawer is Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver, one will cost you an arm - the other a leg.Try experimenting with the free stuff, some of it's really good. :)

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There are many good products, I do not know which is best but just don't use Frontpage...it is the worst piece of trash ever.

That's a million dollar advice right there :)Photoshop is important for image creation and manipulation, you should really learn to use it and also it is fun to play around in it.
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Just work with notepad. It helps you learn to code without any help, whereas some programs have debuggers, code checkers, etc. They are useful but for best learning, use a program without them to begin with.

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HTML/CSS/JavaScript Editors: http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=760Free Image editor http://www.gimp.org/Top drawer is Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver, one will cost you an arm - the other a leg.

Or you could sell your kidney. :)
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