DotNetNuke as well as plain HTML if you ever decide to make a plain, static site. The exporting features do not work, however, unless you pay the full license fee for Standard Edition. The trial and home editions will only allow you to export to WordPress, Blogger and XHTML. This should be enough for most of you, but if you’re using a more advanced CMS tool or if you need a lot of color and font options, you’ll need to upgrade to the full version. Using Web Artisteer
When you get started with Web Artisteer, you’ll need to download the software from http://www.webartisteer. com. Once you have it installed and ready to use, open it up and go to the option for WordPress Template.
Choose to have it suggest a design for you. You can click the button as many times as you like and…

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