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NVU <>is a good freeware program. I've used it for 
projects and have had 8th graders work with it. - Loads fast, shows 
changes immediately.  Has a good CSS editor and shows source code 
easily. Even in WYSIWYG mode NVU can show where  tags are. 

Runs from its own folder, download and go, no install to deal with. 

If the teacher uses it a bit and does a short tutorial on getting 
started, the kids should be very successful.

CSS is pretty important now and will be increasingly so: most database 
driven sites use CSS to design page with.

Robert Eiffert
Librarian, Pacific MS  Vancouver WA
Librarian in the Middle Blog:

"The state can't give you free speech, and the state can't take it away. You're 
born with it, like your eyes, like your ears. Freedom is something you assume, then 
you wait for someone to try to take it away. The degree to which you resist is the 
degree to which you are free..." - Utah Phillips

Dorian Garbin wrote:

>One of our teachers would like their students to create webpages, but the only 
>software we have to do this is Microsoft Word. The teacher does not like using 
>Word for this purpose, and we have no funds for Front Page.
>I'm sure there are sites out there that she could use. Does anyone know of one?

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