WYSIWYG Web Site Design Software

You will need to have WYSIWYG web site design software, if you are going to be designing your own small business web site.

Now WYSIWYG (pronounced wi-see-wig) software is not the only type of web site design software out there.

HTML-Editing Software is the other option. But, for those who don't know HTML language, coding or are web design beginners, WYSIWYG software is the way to go.

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 is my favorite program to use for web design. And as a matter of fact, I used Dreamweaver to create this website and still use it to this day. It is part of a group of design software that professionals use. Yet, it is easy enough for non-professionals to learn if your know at least some HTML. 

If your interested, you can click on the link to go to Amazon.com's website, which is now an affiliate of mine and purchase it.

If you are looking for a cheaper and easier to learn option, check out Serif WEBPLUS X4 Software. Though I have not personally tried this program, I've heard enough good reviews about it to make me feel comfortable recommending it to you.

PC World gives it 5 out of 5 stars saying, "Serif WebPlus X4 combines drag-and-drop simplicity with highly customizable options to deliver the tools that even non-techies can use to create sophisticated, interactive Web sites." See full review.

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