dealsserif webplus essentials for $4.99 + $2.99…

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I sure wouldn't pay 50 buck for it. Not even sure it's worth 5.

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Serif makes good software. I've used some of their products for years. But this discount price for WebPous Essentials is the same price that all other discounters offer.

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So, if you don't buy this, are you sans serif?

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@stilldking: Well, well, well. Look at our little comic sans.

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I've been a SERIF user for years, also. Always very happy with the software and the customer service when I needed it. (Operator error. Sigh)

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You don't have to sacrifice your firstborn for a custom-built website. Most of us will settle for a second or third child. Maybe a cousin if we're desperate or it's a small job.

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@edgyswordbearer: Some of us may wish we could sacrifice other's kids or perhaps our own spouse.

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@edgyswordbearer: Agreed. I've done small sites for people (usually close friends and family) for next to free because I knew they would be fantastic for referrals. As a web developer, I always cringe when I see sites designed from these types of programs. It's like going to ACE and picking out a bunch of cheap stuff for your home instead of hiring an interior designer. There is no accounting for bad taste and (lack of) a good eye for design. If you look unprofessional on the web, chances are clients are going to go somewhere else.