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Xara Web Designer 9 PREMIUM [Latest version] £31.99 ! Downloadbuyer.com

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Great drag and drop website designer, new release usually £99 SO BE QUICK - IT'S AT THE SAME PRICE AS ORDINARY VERSION. ALSO, IT'S FORTY QUID CHEAPER THAN THE OLD EDITION. This price will not las…
booriddler Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago5 Comments
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SimplyTapped
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You're not a raw, well-formatted w3c compliant code fanatic by any chance? Admit it, 5 years ago you would have bitten their hand buying half of what this program allows the non-programmers to do now :)
Ha ha, guilty. But years ago (Late 90s) I would still be using a combination of Dreamweaver's wysywig editor and html editor to remove excessive generated markup. These days I try not to stray too far from Visual Studio.

In all honesty though, basic html is easy to learn and if anyone really wants to build websites as a hobby or to learn the trade there are free solutions like MS Expression suite (If its still available - It was a fully paid-for suite similar to Adobe's Creative Suite but MS decided to concentrate its efforts on Visual Studio instead so offered it up as a free download) or Visual Studio Express which brings all the powerful features of it's big brother including intellisense to the table - again for free.

True, very true. I started, at the same time as you mention; late '90s with "Coolpage" - I've never had the patience to learn complex programs like Dreamweaver. Not since I had to, with Sinclair Basic :) (1980s) AND of course -> if you detest Greedy Capitalists like Adobe And Microsoft there is always the Free Software Movement, I forget the name of the website builder, attached to The Mozilla Foundation, firefox, thunderbird etc. -> it's useable, just not as pleasant or user-friendly.
I have the programs you mention, but Visual Studio is not the b.a.s.i.c. that I remember, and, being a Grand-Father, it's just not possible to learn new languages.
booriddler
You're not a raw, well-formatted w3c compliant code fanatic by any chance? Admit it, 5 years ago you would have bitten their hand buying half of what this program allows the non-programmers to do now :)
Ha ha, guilty. But years ago (Late 90s) I would still be using a combination of Dreamweaver's wysywig editor and html editor to remove excessive generated markup. These days I try not to stray too far from Visual Studio.

In all honesty though, basic html is easy to learn and if anyone really wants to build websites as a hobby or to learn the trade there are free solutions like MS Expression suite (If its still available - It was a fully paid-for suite similar to Adobe's Creative Suite but MS decided to concentrate its efforts on Visual Studio instead so offered it up as a free download) or Visual Studio Express which brings all the powerful features of it's big brother including intellisense to the table - again for free.


Edited By: SimplyTapped on Jun 30, 2013 09:47
It's expired - I did say be quick.
SimplyTapped
Get it and use it for your personal site collecting funny pictures of cats from around the internet but for gawds sake don't actually use the thing for anything important!
You're not a raw, well-formatted w3c compliant code fanatic by any chance? Admit it, 5 years ago you would have bitten their hand buying half of what this program allows the non-programmers to do now :) Admittedly, the company are a bit exploitative when it comes to 'extras', there are quite a few objects embedded which are sponsors' - ( read :'bribed'). LOL I have had to email support - who sent me a string of abusive emails in German, with 'Samplitude' - because I cannot access the years' free full hosting feature.
It's a steal at this price! T
Get it and use it for your personal site collecting funny pictures of cats from around the internet but for gawds sake don't actually use the thing for anything important!
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AVG Internet Security 2013 and TuneUp Utilities 2013 @ Amazon £21.99

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4 User, 1 year License. Was £36.99, most other places reatil at £39.99. One of their "Deals of the Week"
essinem7 Avatar4y, 6d agoFound 4 years, 6 days ago4 Comments
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EdwardTrunk
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If you have XP, Vista, 7 or 8 just use the FREE Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) and Microsoft Defender. IE 10 blocks over 90% of Malware on websites.

Get MSE from:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/security-essentials-download

Use ComodoDragon browser for safer browsing if disinclined to use IE or Chrome: http://www.comodo.com/home/browsers-toolbars/browser.php

Anyone that trusts the security of their puter to Microsoft is asking for trouble, Appalling track record.

{Citation needed}
loiterer
If you have XP, Vista, 7 or 8 just use the FREE Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) and Microsoft Defender. IE 10 blocks over 90% of Malware on websites.

Get MSE from:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/security-essentials-download

Use ComodoDragon browser for safer browsing if disinclined to use IE or Chrome: http://www.comodo.com/home/browsers-toolbars/browser.php

Anyone that trusts the security of their puter to Microsoft is asking for trouble, Appalling track record.
If you have XP, Vista, 7 or 8 just use the FREE Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) and Microsoft Defender. IE 10 blocks over 90% of Malware on websites.

Get MSE from:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows/security-essentials-download

Use ComodoDragon browser for safer browsing if disinclined to use IE or Chrome: http://www.comodo.com/home/browsers-toolbars/browser.php

Edited By: loiterer on Nov 27, 2012 14:48
People still pay for this stuff?
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AVG Internet Security 2013 and TuneUp Utilities 2013 @ Amazon £21.99

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4 User, 1 year License Was £36.99. One of their "Deals of the Week". Most other places retail at £39.99.
essinem7 Avatar4y, 6d agoFound 4 years, 6 days ago2 Comments
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So good he had to post it twice /s
AVG free is cheaper :/
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AVG Internet Security 2013 1/2 price only £20.00 @ Downloadbuyer

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AVG Free is great for most user but if you want the full hog then this looks a great price for the latest version.
stealadeal Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago18 Comments
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mittromney
ZeenZeenie
I'm not voting hot or cold on this because I haven't been shopping for antivirus software in a long time so I don't know how good this deal really is.However, I'd like to point out that yet again many people seem to be voting cold based on their own preference of antivirus software, or voting cold because they use the free version and don't see the point in paying because it's beyond their needs.Well, those guys are missing the point of HUKD entirely. Sure, it's good that most deals and comments posted are not ignorant of rival products or options in the market, but voting should be based on the DEAL itself. (Yes, that includes you, 'mittromney', with your four unhelpful comments based on your preference and nothing to do with the DEAL posted.)I'll vote hot later if I can't find it cheaper elsewhere and rival (equivalent) products don't also have a special deal on worth mentioning in this thread.Thanks OP. :)UZZ
Once upon a time I too used to use avg free.And then I was given esets nod 32. Upon installing this I found numerous viruses on my pc. Im not cheerleading for nod 32 as I also mentioned kaspersky in my post. I do however feel the need to give my opinion on this product based on my experience.
your quoting on what you prefer NOT on the deal?



I Prefer anti virus software that works. Based on that this deal is cold. And it really is isn't it?
mittromney
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I'm not voting hot or cold on this because I haven't been shopping for antivirus software in a long time so I don't know how good this deal really is.

However, I'd like to point out that yet again many people seem to be voting cold based on their own preference of antivirus software, or voting cold because they use the free version and don't see the point in paying because it's beyond their needs.

Well, those guys are missing the point of HUKD entirely. Sure, it's good that most deals and comments posted are not ignorant of rival products or options in the market, but voting should be based on the DEAL itself. (Yes, that includes you, 'mittromney', with your four unhelpful comments based on your preference and nothing to do with the DEAL posted.)

I'll vote hot later if I can't find it cheaper elsewhere and rival (equivalent) products don't also have a special deal on worth mentioning in this thread.

Thanks OP. :)
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ZZ

Once upon a time I too used to use avg free.
And then I was given esets nod 32. Upon installing this I found numerous viruses on my pc. Im not cheerleading for nod 32 as I also mentioned kaspersky in my post. I do however feel the need to give my opinion on this product based on my experience.
your quoting on what you prefer NOT on the deal?
ZeenZeenie
I'm not voting hot or cold on this because I haven't been shopping for antivirus software in a long time so I don't know how good this deal really is.

However, I'd like to point out that yet again many people seem to be voting cold based on their own preference of antivirus software, or voting cold because they use the free version and don't see the point in paying because it's beyond their needs.

Well, those guys are missing the point of HUKD entirely. Sure, it's good that most deals and comments posted are not ignorant of rival products or options in the market, but voting should be based on the DEAL itself. (Yes, that includes you, 'mittromney', with your four unhelpful comments based on your preference and nothing to do with the DEAL posted.)

I'll vote hot later if I can't find it cheaper elsewhere and rival (equivalent) products don't also have a special deal on worth mentioning in this thread.

Thanks OP. :)

ZZ
what a fantastic post. thank you.
ZeenZeenie
I'm not voting hot or cold on this because I haven't been shopping for antivirus software in a long time so I don't know how good this deal really is.

However, I'd like to point out that yet again many people seem to be voting cold based on their own preference of antivirus software, or voting cold because they use the free version and don't see the point in paying because it's beyond their needs.

Well, those guys are missing the point of HUKD entirely. Sure, it's good that most deals and comments posted are not ignorant of rival products or options in the market, but voting should be based on the DEAL itself. (Yes, that includes you, 'mittromney', with your four unhelpful comments based on your preference and nothing to do with the DEAL posted.)

I'll vote hot later if I can't find it cheaper elsewhere and rival (equivalent) products don't also have a special deal on worth mentioning in this thread.

Thanks OP. :)
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ZZ

Once upon a time I too used to use avg free.
And then I was given esets nod 32. Upon installing this I found numerous viruses on my pc. Im not cheerleading for nod 32 as I also mentioned kaspersky in my post. I do however feel the need to give my opinion on this product based on my experience.
So dya think Symantec see avg as much of a threat? There's no free cut down McAfee, kaspersky, nod 32 or trend micro either.
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