I am not totally new to web design but I still have a lot to learn. My question is twofold. I am a MAC user as opposed to Windows. 1. Does it matter what platform one uses or do you support all platforms? 2. I currently use RapidWeaver Web Design (MAC based) software to develop my websites and have been using it for about 2 years. I hate to have to learn a new software package such as Dreamweaver, for example. My question is this: Can I continue to use RapidWeaver to develop my websites? RapidWeaver in addition to it's drag and drop capabilities allows one to embed HTML and CSS code into one's projects. Kind of the best of both worlds. I'm pretty good at the drag and drop part. But need the HTML and CSS knowledge your course provides.
Barbara K. asked on Mar 2, 2013
From their FAQ: The Course has been designed for lay people and assumes no technical knowledge whatsoever. Though some technical detail is covered, the course follows a practical path. By the end of the course you should be perfectly positioned to make a website yourself. In fact, you will probably have done this along the way.
You could use either a Mac or Windows PC. You can find more information here. For more detail, you may want to contact the business directly.
George from Groupon replied on Mar 4, 2013