Hey everyone, sorry if I annoy any of you, but I'm new here. I was wondering if I bought a flash website template online, would it be easy to edit it. I have Flash CS3 and Dreamweaver CS3. Thanks in advance for your input.
hmm, I have mixed feelings about this. Certainly if you are a coder and if the template is done well using standard coding "rules", you would be fine. I am concerned about your tool though because Dreamweaver is a WSIWYG editting tool that often goes off and does its own "code" that the user doesn't see. I am an old school ASP developer and I use a very simple editor called HomeSite, which gives me direct access to the code itself.
I guess in a roundabout way I think you have to either 1. know how to code (and at that point you would write it yourself) or 2. have alot of patience and an aptitude for coding and then it will be a great project for you.
You can always experiement and try to create your site on your own. One thing you can do is get started on your site, and if things are coming along just keep going with it. You will eventually run into problems, but at that point you can always have somebody look it over or hire somebody to help with the small problems. I'm pretty sure it will be a lot cheaper than having a whole site built for you, but then again you will be losing some time due to you learning/trying new things out.
Go through your host for SSL. They probably have a simplre procedure ready to. you can get on a shared SSL and it barely costs anything. But....from your questions it sounds like you may be reaching beyond your current web abilities. You might want to find someone to work with you on this whole venture.
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