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I have just bought a small website written with php & html. The
vendors advised me that once I uploaded it to my website I could
customise all the templates to give it whatever look I wanted.

As a novice, I had no idea how difficult this would be - due to the
fact that a php website is very disjointed.

Can anyone tell me of any software I can download that will enable me
to manage my website so that I can see the structure in it easily and
make changes simply.

(I thought I was buying 60 sets of templates but what I bought was a
site with 60 pages).

Please help.
Thanks

May 21 '07 #1
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ro*******@gmail.com wrote:
I have just bought a small website written with php & html. The
vendors advised me that once I uploaded it to my website I could
customise all the templates to give it whatever look I wanted.

As a novice, I had no idea how difficult this would be - due to the
fact that a php website is very disjointed.

Can anyone tell me of any software I can download that will enable me
to manage my website so that I can see the structure in it easily and
make changes simply.

(I thought I was buying 60 sets of templates but what I bought was a
site with 60 pages).

Please help.
Thanks
Not knowing what you actually have, it's impossible to give you any
recommendations.

However, if you have 60 pages of templates, if it's custom you won't
find a downloadable package to manage your website.

Sorry...

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May 22 '07 #2

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ro*******@gmail.com contained the following:
>Can anyone tell me of any software I can download that will enable me
to manage my website so that I can see the structure in it easily and
make changes simply.

(I thought I was buying 60 sets of templates but what I bought was a
site with 60 pages).
You might try Dreamweaver.
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