WYSIWYG Web Builder 8.2 instructions needed

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I am looking for a software which can design from scratch and found online this software WYSIWYG Web Builder 8.2. How does this deal with the off putting idea of designing from scratch?

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WYSIWYG Web Builder 8.2 instructions needed

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Dear Trevorvalentin the software you have mentioned applies the common method of creating website by novice website builders. The hard core webmasters use the conventional method of coding because it allows them more control in creating a website. However for a basic website building the WYSIWYG(What You Is What You Get) software would be sufficient. These software allow you build website from your mouse using their GUI( graphical user interface). However you can also write code at the same time as the software provides the both methods for their users. 

As for your second answer I would say start using a free WYSIWYG web builder like  http://www.kompozer.net/ and play around with it. For starting from scratch download free website templates (just Google it) and then open them in this software. I would also recommend try using the trial of Adobe Dream weaver as it is the best WYSIWYG web builder i have seen, but its quite costly. 

 

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WYSIWYG Web Builder 8.2 instructions needed

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WYSIWYG Web Builder is not totally free. It is offered with 30-day trial period. After 30 days of evaluating the software, you need to purchase a license to continue using it. That one you are using is an old version. You may download the latest trial version from WYSIWYG Web Builder Download. Latest is WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.

It supports Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. For Microsoft Windows 10 users, you need to download the hotfix from Windows 10 Anniversary Update Fix. This fixes the problem with the newer version of “msftedit.dll” from the Windows 10 anniversary update which breaks the hyperlink functionality in the text editor used by WYSIWYG Web Builder.

The hotfix restores the previous version of the DLL file in the “Program Files” folder as a workaround until Microsoft fixes the problem. Also, for first time users, you probably want to go visit Getting Started with WYSIWYG Web Builder to get some facts about the program as well as some helpful tips.

Also, if you are interested, you can still download some of the older versions of the program from the download page.

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