Run up iTunes or similar podcast software...
Subscribe to 'The Art of Code' video podcast, the first dozen or episodes take you from the very beginning. He types a bare document into his favourite text editor and then shows how to add stylesheets etc. He explains why things happen etc, worth a lot more than any WYSIWYG editor in my opinion.
If you want to get into coding properly for CSS and XHTML, Komodo Edit is a really useful tool - Open Komodo | Open Komodo It's freebie OSS, so you can even install it on your school network without incurring the wrath of the license monkeys.
The problem you'll find with Frontpage is that although it is easy to use, it adds in all kinds of weirdness that will confuse you if you're trying to look at the source code and figure out what it's doing.
NVU is a good tool, but I'm just a traditionalist in regards text interfaces!
I'm a notepad man myself, but tbh look at joomla before diving into html/css/php. If you combine W3schools with Joomla you should be all set, without having to spend weeks learning the languages behind the whole thing.
Many sensible suggestions above, but surely what an idiot would do would be to create the page in M$ Word and save it as html?
You are far from being an idiot as you're not doing that!
Go on then. . . .
There's enough useful posts on here so you can slate my code now if you wish, but you must do it by way of constructive criticism and explain everything clearly so that yabbadabba and anyone else can learn from my omissions.
i'm all s but be nice
Am guessing the question was after a free one ?
htmlgoodies.com and the other site mentioned above the w3schools website are 2 good websites with examples and explanations etc.
I still quite like Frontpage Express. As a simple starter tool it did all you needed, was free and didn't fill the page up with unecessary code a la it's big brother.
(must have a dig round in the CD box and find an old copy)
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