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Mathsliderunling.com : Why this Site is Built with WIT
I am not what you would call a professional web designer, but I have been maintaining and creating webspaces for some eight or nine years for different purposes. Over the years, I've used a number of editors to produce pages ranging from free editors to full-on retail suites. My sites have passed through stages of MindManager, CoffeeCup HTML Editor, TheBrain, WIT, FrontPage and Dreamweaver, not to mention a brief excursion with SiteSpinner.
Now don't take this the wrong way, these packages are all top-notch products but as everyone does, you have to choose the one that is right for you. So in what follows are the reasons I have to come back to WIT for good.
Initially, when I tried WIT, I was very impressed. Everything was so easy to do and keep track of; however, I was never satisfied with the final output of WIT gave me. Now this isn't really a problem with the software; more with me and my lack of knowledge and application of CSS. Due to may lack of CSS experience, no matter what I did, the WIT site didn't look as professional as it could have. I was quite happy using it on an intranet or for private documents, but I needed something more to display on the web face.
Although Dreamweaver and the other software had trees and directory structures, I still found myself lost in a sea of folders and sub-folders and forgetting to change webpage titles. I was creating a real monster on my hard drive, making it difficult for me to keep track of what was where. Remember this is me we're talking about, you might not have that problem.
Every so often I would reinstall WIT and play round, but it wasn't until lately that I forced myself to start changing the CSS settings. With perseverance and a little experimentation, lo-and-behold I managed to get my site looking like I wanted which similar to the template I used with Dreamweaver. Now you may ask, why go to all this trouble to change software applications to produce my site. Surely because it looks like a nice template is not the reason.
Correct, but now I have my web site template looking the way I want, I can now happily take advantage of all the other great things WIT has to offer...
There are so many options and tools in the latest version of WIT, that I couln't possibly do justice to them. I am only just starting to use things like the bibliography and glossary sections. Ultimately, there is a lot more in WIT that I will ever use, but I am very satisfied with my final project and it does exactly what I want.
If you haven't tried WIT, why not download it and give it a try. I think you will be very surprised at what can be done with it and if you have a problem, the author, Christophe Guibert, is very friendly and very helpful and fully supports his software. My only task now is to change my other sites in the superior WIT format.