In a bid to try and find a good alternative to Adobe’s Dreamweaver I have tried many tools. However, the only one that I have found for free that comes close to the power of Dreamweaver as well as its ease of use is Expression Web 4 development by Microsoft. Microsoft Expression Web 4 Free alternative to Dreamweaver certainly gets my recommendation.
Microsoft Expression Web 4 is a WYSIWYG editor created by Microsoft. It allows you to develop your website in full code view, WYSIWYG view or a split of both.
Microsoft no longer develop Expression Web, however the 4th installment is still available to download from Microsoft, free of charge. The 4th installment is also compatible with Windows 10 and I have used it today (Oct 2019) without any issue at all.
It reminds me of earlier versions of Dreamweaver and is very much like Dreamweaver MX. A little bit dated but has all the key elements that you get with the current version of Dreamweaver.
If you are looking for a free website editor, I would certainly recommend you try this.
If you do use this tool, please feel free to comment on your experience below, or get in touch.
Over the years, especially when working in management, I have read many CV’s and job applications. Some well written, and some very poor efforts. Some time back I created a CV template designed to help anyone create a professional and effective CV by following its simple structure. You can now download this Free Microsoft Word CV template below.
Within the career summary, as well as listing key responsibilities, where possible, also list key achievements. Such as, “Increased year on year sales by 10% for 2018-2019”. Achievements should be measurable. If you have a lot of previous positions, focus on the top four or the ones most relevant to the role you are applying for. Any further back you should list company, role and dates but do not need to go into any detail.
Please feel free to download and use this CV. If you have any feedback on the template, please comment below or get in touch
CV Tips – A great resource for additional CV help.
I am often in and out of London for meetings, trying to schedule calls in between meetings whilst negotiating the underground or an Uber. Although there are thousands of places you can go to jump online and do an email, I found it so hard to find anywhere quiet enough to be able to concentrate and do some deep work, or jump onto a call. Always on the look out for some free co-working work space in London I came across Google Campus.
Google Campus also known as Google for Start-ups is located in a number of cities around the globe. In London, the office is based in Shoreditch.
In essence it is communal co-working office space provided by Google for Free to anyone starting or working in a start-up. In London Google Campus is located on the basement floor of their Shoreditch office. It comprises of a whole floor of different work spaces from sofa’s, meeting tables, booths and a private garden. It also has its own cafe so there is no reason to leave all day. The Wifi is free and plug sockets are in abundance. There are additional resources to help you progress in your work such as whiteboards.
The atmosphere is usually buzzing with energy as many techies work away on their own project. There is a communal notice board where you can find team mates of offer your help to other projects.
In addition to the amazing space and resources, there are often many lectures and workshops on an array of topics that are usually free to attend also.
To be able to use Google Campus you need to have passed their application process. The application process is free and you can find it on their website listed below.
Visit Google Campus