I am a complete newbie to the whole process of using a web page thingie, the last time I even looked at one was when Apple had it's own program...
I have a dozen plus students who wish to build web site for an upcoming National History Day presentation. These kids are looking to me to halp them and I am completely lost. Friends recommended NVu/Kompozer to me, but I can not find any instruction manuals.
I do not have the cash to buy expensive software (I teach in the poorest city in America) so really need to make this work.
Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
Typing "Kompozer manual" into Google came up with the following (the first is an online manual, the second a pdf download):
Don't know what's in the PDF version of that user's guide (which I'd sure like to get my hands on), but it causes my Adobe Acrobat 6.0 / Win-2K system to go ballistic. 100% cpu and grinding.
The pdf version works for me using Foxit PDF reader 3.0 under WinXP
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