Thanks for the comment: 1. I have Adobe GoLive (see my original post) 2. I have Dreamweaver (did not mention in my post) 3. I don't have a web server, surely won't need one till I want to launch my site and do not see how Drupal can manage site construction (pages, images, media, links, etc etc) such as I mentioned ... What am I missing ... ? Regards Adam At 01:58 PM 2/01/2005, you wrote: >Well I think HTML Kit is free and Adobe Golive is not, so the choice is >really quick. Do you know that the standard now is Macromedia Dreamweaver >(not free) ? >So HTML Kit will do just fine. > >And yes you can use many software to edit your HTML. > >But.. If you have all that time, check out http://www.drupal.org and also >its plug ins module nammed HTMLAREA. >Try to install those 2 things on your webserver (needs PHP&Mysql) and then >go from there. >You might have lots of fun, who knows. > >Drupal has a taxonomy stuff that you want to examinate before judging, it >can be really helpful in your personal site building, it can handle >complexity in terms of page linking pretty well compares to what you can >do with a simple HTML editor.. > >give it a try, bye. > >Adam Pearson wrote: >>I am creating what will be quite a large site to describe all my >>interests, some of which are extremely detailed and a bit esoteric - for >>example the application of the concepts of complex systems to management >>- and at the same time I want to really learn HTML etc. (I have Laura >>Lemay's book and finding that very good.) So I see my choice as being: > >-- > >* * Please support the community that supports you. * * >http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > >For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and >archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !