Just installed CorelDraw x7 but no website creator. What's up?
Installed as an upgrade, windows 10, preformed as a typical installation.
Where's Website Creator?
Ok, that worked. >> The website creator I find to be some what lackluster<< I've heard this kind of statement a few times. Where do you find Website Creator to be lacking?
I've used Dreamweaver CS6 to create my website, but am now looking for updated software that doesn't force me into the cloud. Have downloaded visual studio but aps.net is not the direction I think I want to go. I'm working with a static website with no e commerce. Just text, pictures, and some slide show animation. Thanks, Rudy Beuc
A CMS can be overkill sometimes, it just depends. The top ones are Drupal and Joomla. However, WordPress has a huge crowd, and I think better suited for smaller projects. All of them take a hefty investment in time to become proficient. Expression Web was not a CMS, but a general web design package with an html editor. Perhaps if you stated what type of web site or sites you are planning on creating, more people can chime in with suggestions.
The term usually used is 'responsive' rather than 'adaptive'. It's definitely the way to go if you want your website to look good on phones and tablets as well as desktop.
I think your site is entirely suitable to using a WordPress theme. There are plenty of responsive themes to choose from and many are free. If you do choose a free one, only use one that's availaible from WordPress.org. Have a look at Pinnacle or Virtue from Kadence - both are very good and highly customisable (the free versions are very good, the paid ones offer a few extras).
david said:Oh and don't me started on "endless scrolling". That is a design nightmare.
Especially when there's a menu in the footer that you can never quite get to.