webdesign

How to create a website without writing code or using something like dreamweaver (QOD)

So, my question of the day (QOD) is:I use Dreamweaver to design web pages. Do any of you use something that you would consider “easy” to use? I am trying to teach someone else how to manage a simple web site. A: Some questions to consider: How big is the site  Is it hosted on their own webspace Can it migrated to a simple CMS ...

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Wikispaces free for higher ed

Wikispaces for Higher Education – FREE!http://www.wikispaces.com/content/for/highered We are giving away all of the features of our Plus wikis (normally $50/year).No fine print, no usage limits, no advertising, no catches. * Post, Publish, and Share with Ease Unlimited pages let you and your students share text, images, files, and more. * Set Privacy You can decide who has access to your wiki’s content. * Create Student ...

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San José Public Library website (Drupal!)

I thought this article was interesting, given I am on the homepage redesign committee. We, too, are dramatically reducing links; however, design wise, I think it has a much more organic feel and look. Of course, we’ll see what usability says, right?———“The San José Public Library (SJPL), CA, unveiled its new, vastly simplified website this month, after more than two-and-a-half years of design work and ...

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Doing more with Google sites — exporting, etc.

I haven’t used Google sites too much since I have so much webspace under my namesake domain, but I found this interesting. You can use google sites APIs to export, delete content (eeks, use with caution, I’d say), and more. Very cool — although I’d love to be able to (export/import) dump the CONTENT of a google site directly into a spreadsheet or google docs ...

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