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    Default Free Wizard Driven software to create webpages ?

    Hi all,

    I dont have much experience with HTML and websites creation however i will be attempting to create a website with wizard based website creation, i've come across reviews on some websites that provide wizard driven creation of website...i know they work well and are easy to use and they look really professional!

    However, most of them requires to buy such programs...any1 here who are Website Creators use any sort of such programs could provide me with links to freeware programs?

    Thanks for reading

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    Why not use a free content management system (CMS) like Joomla. It's a very powerful tool, and quite easy to install.

    What "wizard-based" programs have you got in mind (including the paid ones).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciro View Post
    Why not use a free content management system (CMS) like Joomla. It's a very powerful tool, and quite easy to install.

    What "wizard-based" programs have you got in mind (including the paid ones).
    thanks Ciro ... i went to have a look at the joomla website and im impressed!
    though it looks so easy i would like to give it a go ...

    Do you have any experience using the joomla program? i was wondering after the completion it looks as if the website that is designed using Joomla still has the joomla banner running across the webpage anyways to remove it with a customized banner or photo ?

    sorry if i've asked too much, thanks in advance

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    Glad to hear you like it.

    I've installed Joomla in a test environment here. Just ignore the errors at the top - I was very rushed installing it.

    Yes, the banner can be changed. In fact everything can be changed. It's open source, and their are endless add-ons / themes to install.

    One of our affiliate sites, MVKTech, uses Joomla. It isn't the best looking site, though is a good demonstration of what can be done with Joomla.

    If you want, I'll write you a guide on installing the software. Although all I've ever done with Joomla is install it, I have no knowledge of the back end...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciro View Post
    Glad to hear you like it.

    I've installed Joomla in a test environment here. Just ignore the errors at the top - I was very rushed installing it.

    Yes, the banner can be changed. In fact everything can be changed. It's open source, and their are endless add-ons / themes to install.

    One of our affiliate sites, MVKTech, uses Joomla. It isn't the best looking site, though is a good demonstration of what can be done with Joomla.

    If you want, I'll write you a guide on installing the software. Although all I've ever done with Joomla is install it, I have no knowledge of the back end...
    i've went thru the guide that was provided by the joomla link and it looked complicated, something abt installing MySQL database and stuff...is all that stuff necessary?

    i would really appreciate if you could show me how is it done in the easiest possible way... i would like to install it on my desktop machine and probably muck around and create a site from my desktop then host it up later on when i get a domain name

    Thanks again for yr great help

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    The MySQL database is a compulsory thing. As long as your host has a thing called CPanel installed, then creating databases is quite simple.

    From what I gather, it's actually easier to do it all online, saves you having to install several bits of software locally.

    Unless you find one in the mean time, I'll write a guide after easter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciro View Post
    The MySQL database is a compulsory thing. As long as your host has a thing called CPanel installed, then creating databases is quite simple.

    From what I gather, it's actually easier to do it all online, saves you having to install several bits of software locally.

    Unless you find one in the mean time, I'll write a guide after easter
    Alrighty! cool dude! thanks a lot

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