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Helios
Hope these link will be helpful:

Macromedia Dreamweaver® 8 - Buy | Try
More from Adobe: http://www.adobe.com/products/

Microsoft FrontPage 2003 - Buy | More Info
More from Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/office/products/default.mspx

Light design software:
HTML Kit - http://www.chami.com/html-kit/download/
Web Studio - https://www.webstudio.com/site/DownloadRegistration.asp

If you have more software to add, please reply with the name of the program and a link to it in this format:
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 Software name - http://link


Don't reply at all if you have something to ask, request.. etc. I will DELETE your reply.
Too much spam = the thread will be locked.
Scorpio
Evrsoft FirstPage 2006 - http://www.evrsoft.com/download.shtml
selim06
Actual Drawing: http://www.pysoft.com/
Amazing Portal Generator: http://www.rtgsoftware.com/
Marston
TextPad - http://www.textpad.com/
venkateshwarans
Free tools

MoreMotion Web Express 3.3
http://www.download.com/MoreMotion-Web-Express/3004-2048_4-10487426.html?tag=foot_scr

Web CEO 6 - http://www.webceo.com/download/

visual edit - http://www.activecampaign.com/visualedit/
Ka7raK
HTML/JavaScript Editor - 1st Page 2006 www.evrsoft.com
Very good editor with hundreds of scripts.
hexkid
Helios wrote:
If you have more software to add, please reply with the name of the program and a link to it in this format:
Code:
 Software name - http://link

Vim ("plain" text editor) - http://www.vim.org/
James007
PHP Designer 2006 (for html, css and more) - http://www.mpsoftware.dk/
bstevens
Helios posted the link to Overview FrontPage 2003, but I found an online evaluation.

Microsoft FrontPage 2003 -

Online Evaluation
http://www.runaware.com/microsoft/frontpage2003/disclaimer.jsp?c_app_id=5683&refname=microsoft

FrontPage 2003 Supports Layers, which greatly simplify the design process. This is the program I use to build / maintain all my websites. Even if you can't afford the product, be sure to run the online evaluation. The prgram will open on a Microsoft Citrix Mainframe, and client software will be installed on your computer. This will allow you to fully evaluate this program's features through a fully-interactive and intuitive interface. Just make sure you have the latest version of Java Runtime installled, and performance is exponentially enhanced when opened on a broadband connection. Give it a try! It's pretty cool!

-B-rad
fofoo
emacs + (html-helper-mode or php-mode or css-mode) Wink
venkateshwarans
Dreamweaver is the best selection i will use. It surpasses frontpage and other programs. Frontage produces some unwanted code that can be irritable. Free softwares aren't that powerful. The high cost is though a detering factor.
ck88
The best free software is NVU in english and phase 5 in german/english.
The best payware in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 right now.
I dislike GoLive from Adobe and Front Page from MS.
venkateshwarans
I have nvu. It's not that feature rich. I think we should try IBM web sphere studio. http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere. It's very interesting. Ajax is now the latest web designing language with dynamic changes of websites. Adobe spry at www.labs.adobe.com at it's early stage of development is very interesting.
sush
EZ-Generator, from Image-Line software.

http://www.ezgenerator.com
paranoid
For design : Adobe Photoshop CS2

For coding: Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
bnbrown
PHP Designer 2005 !!!
ck88
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Is that the latest: Voicing your political opinion as a signature. If I want to read the news, I read the news. Very disappointing, especially from someone who claims to be a (language)moderator. Create a thread to voice your opinion but keep me out of that her in Design Tips.
htmlrules
wysiwyg
WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET programs are programs like Dreamweaver NVU microsoft frontpage and all those other web design programs that allow the user to view what they are creating without uploading or saving and viewing in internet explorer or as i prefer Mozzila firefox.

Dreamweaver is what i think the best program out there, it automatically updates what your seeing if your using a style sheet and/or an external javascript file its great. Im sure that there is a link quite a few posts up that will send you to a buy or try page for Dreamweaver 8 wich is the latest version
Teragonto
I don't use it anymore, but try BlueVoda.
Its good, free, and is only 4.1 MB. But Dreamweaver rules!
holo256
yes i agree bluevoda is good i have got it myself.
Manofgames
Ace html free [url]visicommedia.com[/url]
Manofgames
u can only use blue voda on its site. cant upload anywhere else
coreymanshack
My personal favorite for any language is....

Notepad++ - http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htm


The screenshot shows what the tags would be outlined in when you first install it. Although you can change anything to be any color.


Manofgames
that's cool, is it free?
coreymanshack
it sure is free.... if you knew me, you would know that I don't get anything that isn't free for computers!
Fox.
I've found nVu to be very helpful.

http://www.nvu.com
xyberz
In my opinon and many professional people I consider these following to be the best for making webpages.

WYSIWYG Editor:

Macromedia Dreamweaver 8

HTML Editor:

Macromedia Homesite +

It seems that Macromedia has done a very good job with their products including Flash, Contribute, etc. Honestly the whole suite is good.
I'm not promoting this suite but just from personal experince.

Macromedia is also now owned by Adobe.
bgillingham
For my money, I like EasyPHP which makes you a nice local 127.0.0.1 Apache server along with a MySQL database engine. The program emulates what my domain host has and simply runs in the windows system tray allowing you to create and test all of your complex PHP code locally. The only problem that I occasionally have is local functionality similar to MOD_REWRITE (in .htaccess) file target renaming.

EasyPHP - http://www.easyphp.org/
cx8219
Thanks for the tips but which one is the easiest for a newbie?
lepris
Hey, recently i started my adventure with Aptana http://www.aptana.com/ I find it to be a good solution , advanatages:
1) code folding with a nice tree structure which helps to manage complex content
2) a very helpful CSS management (the application suggests classes and id's from the opened document)
3) nice workspace organisation in tabs
and many other. Above all Aptana is distributed as freeware, unlike Dreamweaver or Frontpage.
Donutey
I use The Gimp + Frontpage, occasionally with notepad...

I don't use ANY of frontpage's web design tools, I just like the tabbed interface and built in ftp functionality. In fact I would like frontpage better if it didn't have any WYSIWYG functionality, it would make it lighter weight.. Rolling Eyes..
Jermore
I know you don't really compile Perl but what is a good program to write it in. Is there any FREE options, I guess same goes for JAVA any help?
zjosie729
Programmer's Notepad - pnotepad.com
Notepad++ - notepad-plus.sourceforge.net
abedalmged
Peace be Upon you all,
Actually there are the giants who roll and they are realy deserve to roll.
Photoshop,Flash,Php,and mysql are the best compination for building an entire website!

xaraXtreme,macromedia studio, adobe studio and others are just peripherals for those giants.

Phpnuke,Phpbb are the best choice for modern wesites.

these short sentences are enough to tell my experience.
Very Happy
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Slick
Quote:
Phpnuke,Phpbb are the best choice for modern wesites.


strongly disaggree with this comment!

and making the above comment shows your lack of experience!

each site and the way its operated / run comes down to the subject / use its created for!

be interesting using phpbb soley as an online shop for instance or anything none communal!

i have used phpnuke and everytime have hated it! i know people that can rip shreads out of it![/quote]
coreymanshack
Donutey wrote:
I use The Gimp + Frontpage, occasionally with notepad...

I don't use ANY of frontpage's web design tools, I just like the tabbed interface and built in ftp functionality. In fact I would like frontpage better if it didn't have any WYSIWYG functionality, it would make it lighter weight.. Rolling Eyes..


spoken by a true newbie Smile...
Slick
some essential tools

- Dreamweaver
- Flash
- Crimson Editor
- Fireworks
- Paintshop Pro (underestemated! few features not available in other packages!)
- Cute FTP

i have photoshop but just dont have the time to play and learn it... most of the time im making simple images or small edits so prefer using firweworks and psp to get these done quickly!
bassman
Let me start out by saying that I am relatively new to web design and so I haven't really done very much advanced functionality with any of my pages. However, as a CS major, I know how helpful having the right tool for the job is for getting things done well (I guess grandpa was right about that). Since I am still I college student I get a hefty discount for software. I got the Adobe Creative Suite a few weeks ago and off I went to design my site. Armed with Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and a Wrox book on basic XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript, I was able to quite easily build everything I needed for not the most high-tech website in the world, but certainly one that is fairly attractive and functional (still not quite done, though!).

A few nice features that I like about dreamweaver:
1. Automatic updates to your remote server if you are connected by ftp
2. Built in XHTML validator and link checkers
3. Ability to edit CSS, HTML, and various script pages all simultaneously in a fairly intuitive user interface
4. Not quite as much BS code as seems to be produced by Front Page

I'm no expert, so maybe most of this functionality is pretty common. I just know that if you happen to have access to it, Dreamweaver does most of what most people will probably need.

Aptana http://www.aptana.com/ sounds like a good free option, but I have not tried it.
Boffel
I also use BlueVoda... But why???

Its easy to use, its free, it takes no time to make the website, it has alot of functions like to inset:

windows media player - Quicktime player - Realplayer - Flash - Java - ActiveX - Programming scripts - Html codes - Ole objects - Banners - Banner rotator - Rollover images - different menus - Gallery etc...


Manofgames wrote:
u can only use blue voda on its site. cant upload anywhere else


You can just click the preview button in the bluevoda editor to test the site, and then you can just do this to host it in frihost:

1. right click on the preview site
2. show the html code
3. copy the html code
4. past the html code into youre frihost editor

upload all the images, music, movies etc. That you used in the BlueVoda editor up to the frihost editor.

Congratulations with youre new looking site!


Hope this help anyone Very Happy
Dragonfly-online
I somewhat recently found a good web development program, Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition. Its easy and simple to use, its from Microsoft, and, best of all, It's Free. You could probably find it by going to msdn.microsft.com
dragonflame
I like http://www.notetab.com/ too, currently I use dreamweaver
nvsnkalyan
for newbies all i suggest is instead of goin around softwares start learning actual coding. it is goin to help a lot. use those softwares after you have learnt the coding
furtasacra
dragonflame wrote:
I like http://www.notetab.com/ too, currently I use dreamweaver


I like Notetab, too, it's a great little text editor. The free version has all the important functionality of the fancy version, which costs about $20 and just has more bells and whistles.
stojanovic_ivo
nvsnkalyan, can you suggest some good tutorials for basic coding? cheers
aznvicO
lol i went abit crazy on my sets of design tools and graphic tools...



aznvicO
coreymanshack wrote:
Donutey wrote:
I use The Gimp + Frontpage, occasionally with notepad...

I don't use ANY of frontpage's web design tools, I just like the tabbed interface and built in ftp functionality. In fact I would like frontpage better if it didn't have any WYSIWYG functionality, it would make it lighter weight.. Rolling Eyes..


spoken by a true newbie Smile...



LOL true true .... u must need a computer up grade or something..
if ur computer thinks front page is a "heavy weight"... what will u do
if ur like me opening dreamweaver/fireworks/Illustrator/firefox
at the same time... lol
BOOOM....
Intype
Normally, I use Photoshop/Illustrator for the graphics and Notepad ++ for coding. Recently I've been working with Intype (still in Alpha version) which turns out to be a good still-in-development program. But I'm not planning to use it much because Intype still lacks of a lot of features. Like the name dough Very Happy
X3 Talk
Dreamweaver isn't perfect, there is still some things that need to be ironed out within it, but it is quite good and the best I have found especially when it comes to PHP.
hannesfuger
hello community!

you have mentioned a lot of different apps to make a homepage! one of my favourit is phpeditoride

http://www.phpeditoride.net

it is an very useful app you can wirite hps in different languages (htm, php)

but it isn't a wysiwyg-editor. for all who like dreamweyver and such things
heridlia
Many software for web design and programming.

Information from this forum is very useful for me.

Thanks a lot.
ronb
I been using HomeSite for the last 10 years. But a collegue just recommended this new text editor http://www.e-texteditor.com/index.html. It has some cool snippet features. It's similar to TextMate for the Mac which is also a good text editor for any Mac users out there.
spyborg0
Im new to website making and these points have been really helpful! THANKS Very Happy Laughing
spyborg0
I would reccomend Frontpage for a newbie ... im a newbie myself and i started on Frontpage ... its bery easy and it allows you to design much better than dreamweaver... i think
Raydon
I reccomend Site Studio 6 for webdesing. It is WYSIWYG and it is gr8 for ppl with none or some skill in HTML.
Handyman
For visual elements: Photoshop CS2 Imageready CS2
For the CSS: CSSEdit2
For the xhtml: Text Wrangler
Terrasis-Cian
Helios wrote:

Macromedia Dreamweaver® 8 - Buy | Try
More from Adobe: http://www.adobe.com/products/


Dreamweaver is the best, i would definetly recommend it. Its what all the pros use. (except the guys that use code only)
pyapplico
Notepad (If you have Windows):
[url]C:\Windows\notepad.exe\[/url]

The GIMP (for image editing):
www.gimp.org

OpenLaszlo (For creating SWFs, DHTML, AJAX etc. with XML):
http://www.openlaszlo.org/

TextPad is pretty good, but I find Notepad is easier for on the fly web design.
josel7u1host
To be honest i think dreamweaver is one of the web designer standards.
In other words it's the best but please avoid Frontpage it's one of the worse.
Another thing you need is an image or graphic editor. it could be paint shop pro, fireworks, tough you can also get a free one like Gimp for windows or you could use Ms Paint Smile
Also i recomend site studio it's cool for newbies who likes more wysiwyg and at last notepad wich is one of the best easiest html editors. Very Happy
DeFwh
Adobe CS3 Design Premium - http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/design/
ayoub
Hey guys try talend it's free and open source and very powerful
go to talend.com
ennnzo
I'm really into manual coding. I think it's far more better since you can easily customize it to your liking. Plus, while you code, your knowledge on it expands. I use The Gimp [http://gimp.org] and Animation Shop [http://jasc.com] for design and notepad [http://notepad.org] for coding. I also heard this great free text editor called Edit Pad [http://editpadpro.com]. Edit Pad Pro is paid but there's the free version that can be found on the site called Edit Pad Lite. It has all the features of the paid version only, the paid version has 24/7 support.
ennnzo
I tried the HTML kit http://chami.com/html-kit and so far, I happy with it. It's isn't a WYSIWYG editor but it spares your fingers from pain whenever you have a lot of pages to code. This is my first time to try an HTML editor and so far so good. Are there any HTML editors out there that aren't WYSIWYG? I wanna try more to see what's the best..
sopetite
DREAMWEAVER is the best. Have tried adobe and coffeecup but i still go back to this
The World is Yours
Most of the replies are for Windows, if you are on linux then Nvu (posted a few times above) and :
Blue-fish - http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html

are probably the best editors that are out as of yet, both are "free".

As for DW and Photoshop thoe are exclusive Windows programs.
jordi
paranoid wrote:
For design : Adobe Photoshop CS2

For coding: Macromedia Dreamweaver 8


Now it is Adobe Photoshop CS3

tamilparks
FRONTPAGE 2003 is very nice
Gushe
Is there like a webdesign program for phpBB forums? Smile
Because how does all these guys can make this totally cool, deformed templates? Smile

Greetz
Gushe
cvkien
for me, i am using multiple programs to complete a website. i use dreamweaver, Flash and Photoshop. and also cool edit for website sound effect.
tamilparks
how we can design a webpage in photoshop
deanhills
I am not an expert in DreamWeaver, but have used FrontPage since 1999. It is very easy to use. Dreamweaver is probably for people who are more focussed on creativity and style as well as sophisticated bells and whistles. FrontPage can be both for the layman as well as professional, however is more limited on creativity. But if you are using other Microsoft applications such as Word, you will find it very easy to learn.

So bottomline, if you want a Website that is creative and a Rolls Royce, go for DreamWeaver, but if you need a run of the mill software package, that could provide you with a Toyota Corolla use FrontPage. DreamWeaver requires training, FrontPage you can learn as you do.

Dean
deanhills
I also use GIMP. That only happened by fluke. When new generation hardware and software were recently installed at work, it would not accept installation of my old and trusted Adobe Photoshop LE. I then searched on the Internet and downloaded GIMP, which is Freeware. What an amazing software programme. It is a lot like Photoshop, just more practical. Comes with loads of Help documentation. Can really recommend this software. Really saved me. I am probably still limited in using its features, but I use it to crop photos, do captions over photos, brighten up photos, etc. But it can do much much more than that. Like FrontPage, you learn as you do, and every time when you need to do something new, you learn something new.
gtoroap
I'm learning to make great website designs but I havent found a great app to make easy job when I design. And I want it free... everyone knows any free app??
mgeek
I have always been a Notepad fan. When I first learned HTML, I thought it was an accomplishment just to design a website template using Notepad and the Internet Explorer. But I had to give up Notepad for reasons that any experienced web programmer knows. Here is my list for free Notepad replacements.
Jaidenrussel
1) PHP
2) Apache Web Server
3) MySQL
4) Text Editor(Dream Weaver)
5) Browser(IE,Firefox)


Forex Reviews
mdsolutions
Do Dreamweaver , Photoshop e Flash.
E o Fireworks que não uso com tanta frequencia mas é muito bom também.
popoG2040
thanks for all the sources guys, def gana be looking thru this stuff
iwiinfotechfs
For top website design I would like to advice you hire a reliable and professional web development company of www.IWIinfotech.com which offers creative and informative website designs along with the support of content management service. They are one of the most affordable Web Development Company that I have ever tried for my business website. You can visit at their site they will defiantly solve your website design problems.
sarahxbox2009
With our vast experience in web design and programming, we can confidently recommend the use of Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Flash, Adobe Contribute, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite. They are so easy to use, beware you can get hooked on to them Smile
mgeek
Has anyone tried the web design utilities at Freshwebmaster? The site offers for free a Wysiwyg HTML Editor and an FTP program. They ask for registration though.
supernova1987a
Web design. Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver. I just need one that is free and that helps me create a really good design. And I am also looking for a website that teaches how to make a really cool and professional website.
mgeek
Scorpio wrote:
Evrsoft FirstPage 2006 - http://www.evrsoft.com/download.shtml


The original FirstPage is more helpful. This new one is blotted.
nigam
Is there a complete tools for web designing which is free for the user, where the software can compete with the macromedia and other software like photoshop... That would be very helpful for the people who's trying out there talents so they can explore more as they won't be paying anything. except for the computer hardware and OS.
adri
nigam wrote:
Is there a complete tools for web designing which is free for the user, where the software can compete with the macromedia and other software like photoshop... That would be very helpful for the people who's trying out there talents so they can explore more as they won't be paying anything. except for the computer hardware and OS.


Photoshop look-a-like => Gimp
Flash => Don't really know actually... (You can use a 30days trial of Flash CS4 if you want)
Code-Editor => Notepad++


Adri Smile
pentangeli
Notepad.

Real web designers know what I'm talking about.
mgeek
pentangeli wrote:
Notepad.

Real web designers know what I'm talking about.


Of course... but when you have to work on big sized html documents, and wish to send it by FTP to one's website, then something like PSPad would be better.
logon68
Dreamweaver is the best selection i will use. It surpasses frontpage and other programs. Frontage produces some unwanted code that can be irritable. Free softwares aren't that powerful. The high cost is though a detering factor
Custom logo design
lecherous
Any suggest for linux users specially ubuntu? Question
donnuh
I currently use Adobe Dreamweaver for designing the site and Photoshop for the graphics.
seanm
I tend to use Fireworks but its not the best one to use
mgeek
seanm wrote:
I tend to use Fireworks but its not the best one to use


Fireworks is for flash animations and videos -- if I am not mistaken. Not really the kind that you use for a website that will load fast and be accessible to a lot of browsers.
sonam
mgeek wrote:
seanm wrote:
I tend to use Fireworks but its not the best one to use


Fireworks is for flash animations and videos -- if I am not mistaken. Not really the kind that you use for a website that will load fast and be accessible to a lot of browsers.


You are mistaken. Fireworks are for gif animations and other images (jpg, gif) transformation but not for video. For video is Macromedia Flash.

I love Fireworks more then Photoshop. For me it is easier and I can very fast to work with all tools what is not (for me) at possible in Photoshop. Of course, Photoshop have some options what Fireworks haven't. Or my old version (MX) haven't. Wink

Sonam
deanhills
I have never heard of Fireworks before. I should really try it out. I notice it is however it's not freeware. Think I've been spoilt by GIMP.
sonam
deanhills wrote:
I have never heard of Fireworks before. I should really try it out. I notice it is however it's not freeware. Think I've been spoilt by GIMP.


You can download trial version of Fireworks here.

http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=fireworks

Sonam
RichardM55
I don't know how you can design website using Photoshop. It is not better just to use right template and design it straight way in Dreamweaver? There are plenty of free templates in the net.
watchftp
I have heard that with HTML5, flash and firework will be obsolete soon. Any expert on this area, could you please shed a light on this?
sonam
watchftp wrote:
I have heard that with HTML5, flash and firework will be obsolete soon. Any expert on this area, could you please shed a light on this?


I think HTML5 is not fully supported in all browsers and in that case flash and animated .gif are still in the game.

@RichardM55
Why to have the same design like lot of others if you can create your own one.

Sonam
nepalstar
In my knowledge
Micromedia Dreamweaver is best software for Web Designing and WordPress for CMS (Content Management System) because I didn't tried another Very Happy. may be there are better CMS than this one.
paulcatano
No doubt, this is great post but right now i would like to know about the about the short keys of latest Photoshop

Anybody can help me?

Thanks in advanced!

Paul
mgeek
when the web was still young, I began to code using arachnophilia. I created several websites with it. Sure, I learned to code basic html from MS Frontpage. But Arachnophilia really made it easy for me to compose webpages.
thanhcuong1990
I often visit http://net.tutsplus.com/ to view many tutorial design website. I advice everyone visit this site, because it very easy do it.
infinity_xpeed
dont know which is the best. still trying learn websiting.... hehehe
Limbless_One
Built a few sites with rockettheme themes and know enjoy making new sites for myself to get better acquainted with web designing , I am an amatuer that has self teached my self through a lot of mistakes and errors , but always got there in the end.
I enjoyed php and know that i am using joomla 2.5.8 i miss playing around with the code.
Only use Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and Adobe Photoshop CS5
johans
bnbrown wrote:
PHP Designer 2005 !!!


can someone share a reference on this PHP at year 2005?
Sabbadon
I use Notepad++ for php/html coding and swish max 4 for flash.
my fav cms is Joomla Smile
iliyasshaikh
hi
best web degining software adobe product

ADOBE DREAM VIEWER
Quote:


BEST SOFTWARE

I LIKE ADOBE DREAM VIEWER IN THERE EASY UNDERSTAND ALSO MAKE CSS(STYLE SHEET)


ADOBE DREAM VIEWER EASY MAKE (CSS(CASCADE STYLE SHEET) AND DEGINE PERFECT
codegeek
I haven't really used all of them, but among the ones I have used I have found Dreamweaver to be the most intuitive and powerful. It can be used with only basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. However, even if one possesses excellent HTML and CSS skills, it is quite useful for coding as well as designing a site.
rmines
Learned web design using just CSS and HTML with notepad++.
Also learned DreamWeaver.
Both are great to design websites.
johans
sonam wrote:
deanhills wrote:
I have never heard of Fireworks before. I should really try it out. I notice it is however it's not freeware. Think I've been spoilt by GIMP.


You can download trial version of Fireworks here.

http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=fireworks

Sonam


thank you for this information. this will help my skills in development.
lastiso
VIM - http://www.vim.org/
dgualtieri
Joomla has been good for me. Good permissions and lots of support.
zimmer
dgualtieri wrote:
Joomla has been good for me. Good permissions and lots of support.


Yes, I agree Joomla 3.x is a good open source now.

There are other good CMS and other tools but i guess this really depends on your interest of what tools are you want to use or you are comfortable in using it.
mehtabhk
sublime with bootstrap 3 and t3 framework is good start...
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