So I've been thinking of building up a website (not for money) for a mate who's in the graffiti art scene, but being a bit sh!t at web development, I've been looking at different solutions online that let you build everything as simply as possible. So far, I've come across two:
Wordpress seems more aimed at blogs, but it does look pretty good. Has it got the same sort of "drag and drop" functionality of basekit?
In any case, thanks for the tip, I'll give it a whirl.
no mate,nowdays you can make a professional website using wordpress.it's easy to install and maintain and it's secure too.Not to mention it has lots and lots of themes as well as plug-in which gives you complete freedom to do whatever you want.
I don't know about basekit but wordpress is the best in the class along with joomla and drupal as the most preferred site builder.Why not go for tried and tested instead of newbies?
I once installed silverlight and it turned out to be a very bad experience.
I was working in London in the mid-90's when (I think it was called) Hot Metal came out and suddenly all those notepad HTML coder's who'd been raking in 40-60 pounds/hour found themselves frantically thrusting their CV's at anyone who looked like they wanted a website.