It took me a couple of days to figure out that there's a lot that can be done with this package, which albeit simple, has enough goodies to make a really good looking website.
When a site is more than a few pages long is when I started thinking that there are a few things that could be integrated on VSD that would make site creation a walk in the park (even more so than it is right now).
For starters, there should be a way to create a consistent "header", the top part of the website which doesn't change often. It would be best if this part could be (optionally) created separate from the site, and then "included" on every page. That way a change on the header for a site with many pages would only be done in one place and that would apply to every page on the site.
I'm not done with the website yet, but if you want to take a peek, check it out: http://amlclass.com.
Thanks for such a great product!
Are getting spell check in the new version?
Haha!!! Have you EVER READ Scott's posts? He doesn't believe in spell check!!! LOL
But seriously though, it'd be nice.
the cc html editor has spell check,, sometimes i use that
From some others' suggestions;
-I'd also like to see someway to have more than one links color scheme (maybe the main links dialogue and a text (paragraph) links option along with the other choices in the Object Properties?
-LOCKING OBJECTS/TEXT BOXES
-Master pages that would allow for a header/footer and main nav bar.
-Maybe along with the check box for advanced text, there could be another option; check to make this H1(or H2...).
We don't want much, do we
But thanks to other people, computers, servers and web site crap,, I have a large technical knowledge and vocabulary,, college educated CEO type people ask me what the hell I am talking about.. I just reply,,, never mind.
But still, my spelliong is auwsoum and I ahve tpying dixlexia as well.
That is just a guess, since I am not a windows or c++ geek.
I have deconstructed some of coffee cup stuff for my own personal education, but I don't have the knowledge to hack up the programs, nor do i have the desire to do so, I just wanted to see the structure or architecture.
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