Web design program

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A web design program is a computer program used to create, edit, and update web pages and websites. The purpose of such a program is to make it easier for the designer to work with page and site elements through a graphical user interface that displays the desired results, typically in a WYSIWYG manner, while removing the need for the designer to have to work with the actual code that produces those results (which includes HTML or XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, and others). Examples of a web design program include iWeb, Microsoft FrontPage, Adobe Dreamweaver and NetObjects Fusion which are commercial programs, and Amaya, which is an open source program. Many programs, such as Microsoft Word that are not dedicated to web design also have the ability to function as a web design package

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