5594Re: [PPLetterpress] web design
- Apr 4 1:53 PMDave,
I use a commercial hosting provider, and have not known about any
problems, I know that version 6 has had a few issues when upgrading from
files created with version 5, which all of my pages were originally... I
thought I had worked through all of them, but maybe not... I heard
recently from someone that the site was not coming up properly, but did not
get any real information as to what was wrong... Maybe the same issues as
you with FireFox... I don't have that email anymore to refer to... What
are the specific problems you have with the site??
I'll still say for $50, WebEasy Pro is a great package, especially when
compared to the price of FrontPage or the other commercial web design
packages... But there are probably other lower cost page design programs
for personal page design that are just as good....
> [Original Message]so....
> From: Dave Allen <canadian_bookbinder@...>
> To: <PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: 4/4/2006 4:37:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [PPLetterpress] web design
> Hi Lance,
> Do you use one of their web servers? I have heard that Webeasy Pro is
> terrible to use if you use an independent ISP. Any more info?
> Also are you aware that your website http://www.letterpressprinters.org/
> does not display properly in Firefox?
> Lance Williams wrote:
> > I use WebEasy Pro, version 6.0. Available from CompUSA for $50 or
> > It's a fairly complete package, and fairly intuitive... I use it forthe
> > Letterpress Printers of the World website as well as our businesswebsite
> > and a few others I maintain.....
> > - Lance Williams
> > Williams Stationery Co.
> > Camden, New York
> > APA #785
> >> [Original Message]
> >> From: thistleberry_press <etsu4@...>
> >> To: <PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com>
> >> Date: 4/4/2006 12:20:37 PM
> >> Subject: [PPLetterpress] web design
> >> Hi, does anyone have a recommendation for a reasonable priced web page
> >> designer? I really don't need someone to design the layout of the
> >> pages but I need them to actually build the pages on the web. Any
> >> advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
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