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WEB Designers wanted.......Work from home ok !!
pvdesign 
3/8/07 12:03:12 PM
Serf
I have a small company that currently designs websites, I have been designing these myself over the past four years and have been using html coding with some flash, but it is becoming busier and busier with more and more clients and I need help.

If you are a web designer and frequently use flash, dreamweaver as well as html and would like to make a little on the side, call me or email..

regards Paul Vitullo -
designs@pvdesign.com.au
0417 323 047

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BeDLaM#29 
7/8/07 12:57:41 PM
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Hey there Paul.

I am currently doing a BA in Web Design, I have a bit of Flash knowledge, and am very apt in CSS, xHTML and PHP. I wouldn't touch Dreamweaver with a ten foot pole but am a skilled Photoshoper.

Is the position contract, and where abouts are you located?

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kikz 
7/8/07 6:08:31 PM
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I don't do flash and my design skills are somewhat lacking to say the least... but I'll be up for doing work for money :)

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zan777 
27/8/07 9:19:08 PM
Initiate
my photoshop skills are pretty good, i can do layouts and stuff if needed??

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GTAV6 
28/8/07 8:44:10 AM
Hero
Titan


i'd be quite happy to apply- but as far as i'm concerned, flash is something that belongs on a camera... also, i hand code everything i do, so my work is hopeless for anyone else to try and maintain (i'm with BeDLaM#29 where dreamweaver and the like is concerned).

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moofactory 
28/8/07 2:10:07 PM
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Bedlam/GTAV6 Dreamweaver is industry standard and maby you have had a bad experience with previous versions.. cs3 is a little different these days. while hand coding is often an advantage.. not knowing dreamweaver, or rather.. Refusing to use it wont get you anywhere.

Same goes for flash.. catch up to the rest of the industry's attitudes.. Im sure you dont want to be left behind :P

BTW.. I contacted Paul, no response. I think everyone posting here for interest is wasting their time.. I dont think hes listening.

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GTAV6 
28/8/07 6:23:55 PM
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you're quite correct, moo. however, i'm in the luxurious position of being able to pick and choose my projects- so if someone's adamant they want something with flash or something they can edit themselves in dreamweaver (or some other wysiwyg editor), then i simply apologise and suggest they ask another designer to help them.

anyway, i've already been left so far behind, it's beyond a joke...

:o)

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BeDLaM#29 
31/8/07 8:13:58 PM
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Quote by moofactory
Bedlam/GTAV6 Dreamweaver is industry standard and maby you have had a bad experience with previous versions.. cs3 is a little different these days. while hand coding is often an advantage.. not knowing dreamweaver, or rather.. Refusing to use it wont get you anywhere.

Same goes for flash.. catch up to the rest of the industry's attitudes.. Im sure you dont want to be left behind :P

BTW.. I contacted Paul, no response. I think everyone posting here for interest is wasting their time.. I dont think hes listening.

I have no problem with Flash, but Dreamweaver has always had the annoying habit of inserting unecessary code, and I don't like that.

I'm sure I could go through some settings and change it so it didn't do it, but I've just had more luck and experience coding by hand and I really can't see what advantage Dreamweaver or any WYSIWYG HTML editor gives over hand coding, other than helping people who aren't that flash at coding.

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johnsee 
2/9/07 10:27:48 AM
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Quote by BeDLaM#29
Quote by moofactory
Bedlam/GTAV6 Dreamweaver is industry standard and maby you have had a bad experience with previous versions.. cs3 is a little different these days. while hand coding is often an advantage.. not knowing dreamweaver, or rather.. Refusing to use it wont get you anywhere.

Same goes for flash.. catch up to the rest of the industry's attitudes.. Im sure you dont want to be left behind :P

BTW.. I contacted Paul, no response. I think everyone posting here for interest is wasting their time.. I dont think hes listening.

I have no problem with Flash, but Dreamweaver has always had the annoying habit of inserting unecessary code, and I don't like that.

I'm sure I could go through some settings and change it so it didn't do it, but I've just had more luck and experience coding by hand and I really can't see what advantage Dreamweaver or any WYSIWYG HTML editor gives over hand coding, other than helping people who aren't that flash at coding.



I do everything by hand... but in Dreamweaver.

It makes it easy to preview my work, and it's CSS editting dialogue box is good.

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BeDLaM#29 
2/9/07 3:30:03 PM
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Quote by johnsee
Quote by BeDLaM#29
Quote by moofactory
Bedlam/GTAV6 Dreamweaver is industry standard and maby you have had a bad experience with previous versions.. cs3 is a little different these days. while hand coding is often an advantage.. not knowing dreamweaver, or rather.. Refusing to use it wont get you anywhere.

Same goes for flash.. catch up to the rest of the industry's attitudes.. Im sure you dont want to be left behind :P

BTW.. I contacted Paul, no response. I think everyone posting here for interest is wasting their time.. I dont think hes listening.

I have no problem with Flash, but Dreamweaver has always had the annoying habit of inserting unecessary code, and I don't like that.

I'm sure I could go through some settings and change it so it didn't do it, but I've just had more luck and experience coding by hand and I really can't see what advantage Dreamweaver or any WYSIWYG HTML editor gives over hand coding, other than helping people who aren't that flash at coding.



I do everything by hand... but in Dreamweaver.

It makes it easy to preview my work, and it's CSS editting dialogue box is good.

I have my text editor open on one screen and all the major browsers (ie5/6/7 ff opera) open on the other, I like to anticipate the problems internet explorer is gonna give me

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moofactory 
2/9/07 9:43:47 PM
Titan

Bedlam I dono what versions youve been looking at but being scared of dreamweaver is unnecessary nowadays

Your making things harder for yourself by hand coding when dreamweaver will make things go alot faster and easyer.

I would find it easier to remove said unwanted code than to do it from scratch in notepad.

I think you old skool code heads are just stubburn :P


Edited by moofactory: 2/9/2007 9:44:02 PM

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GTAV6 
2/9/07 9:51:28 PM
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Quote by moofactory
... old skool code heads...



:o) @ moofactory

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BeDLaM#29 
3/9/07 8:48:34 PM
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Quote by moofactory
Bedlam I dono what versions youve been looking at but being scared of dreamweaver is unnecessary nowadays

Your making things harder for yourself by hand coding when dreamweaver will make things go alot faster and easyer.

I would find it easier to remove said unwanted code than to do it from scratch in notepad.

I think you old skool code heads are just stubburn :P


Edited by moofactory: 2/9/2007 9:44:02 PM

OK, I'll dl DreamWeaver CS3 and give it a go. Soon as it shits me though, I'm back to editplus :P

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moofactory 
4/9/07 1:29:03 PM
Titan

dang these new fangled contraptions!

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Cpl.Punishment 
5/9/07 7:58:23 AM
Banned

also..yeah i stay away from dreamweaver etc, all hand coded work...

also been working with wordpress as a good CMS for customers... with some small customizations it's really quiet a good little CMS

i woke up at 4am and started to design some random company a website..
http://forums.aanet.com.au/viewtopic.php?t=13492

mines the last post at time of writing this message.. username troygamble.

i do everything..including flash and am looking for as much work as possible


Edited by Cpl.Punishment: 5/9/2007 8:01:54 AM

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-=NightwolF=- 
11/10/07 10:22:34 PM
Overlord

If you know dreamweaver back to front, i reckon it can help you in many ways that hand-coding just cant do, but in saying that, im def a hand coder :)

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F117_Nighthawk 
13/10/07 12:16:56 AM
Serf

hey,
im interested in applying for some small web projects that you have, ive been doing website design / development for a few years and have made a variety of sites.

im 17 and in melbourne, my current site is:

http://www.stealthtemplates.com/ (though havnt updated or anything since last year)

i currently have skills in flash, photoshop, dreamweaver (though i hand code like to perfect it) html, css, php, javascript etc.

cheers

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Girvo 
13/10/07 12:44:44 PM
Titan

For what it's worth, I hand code everything myself in Dreamweaver. It's syntax higlighting, code completion, and CSS editing, coupled with the awesome site management makes it a WinRAR.

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superfireydave 
13/10/07 1:11:59 PM
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Quote by BeDLaM#29
OK, I'll dl DreamWeaver CS3 and give it a go. Soon as it shits me though, I'm back to editplus :P


I use Dreamweaver, and I pride myself on making thing compliant websites without unneccessary code =P

Just use the coding section instead of the layout section? TBH I've never even used the WYSIWYG editor >_>

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BeDLaM#29 
13/10/07 3:50:46 PM
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Quote by superfireydave
Quote by BeDLaM#29
OK, I'll dl DreamWeaver CS3 and give it a go. Soon as it shits me though, I'm back to editplus :P


I use Dreamweaver, and I pride myself on making thing compliant websites without unneccessary code =P

Just use the coding section instead of the layout section? TBH I've never even used the WYSIWYG editor >_>

I've been using it lately, and I must agree it makes a good HTML editor.

Though it is no better EditPlus which is $30 compared to $399 for Dreamweaver

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