Cartoon style web design

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  1. markfyans

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    Hi everyone

    I couldn't find the 'New Thread' button in the Website Design section of the forum so I thought I would ask my question here.

    I would like to create a website using cartoon graphics. Does anyone know of any drag/ drop software that would make it easy to do?
     
  2. KD-did

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    TLC/We graphics can handle the images with imported images and text .....what type of software are you looking for? To do what? What platform are you needing it in.
     
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  3. markfyans

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    I use windows and have always used wordpress. I am thinking along the line of serious subjects that could be conveyed to children in a jokey way.
    Subjects such as food safety, ***, even politics can be made fun.

    I have page builder and visual compozer but these are formal grid makers into which you place your text, video whatever.

    I would like to put together something like shown here.

    http://www.noupe.com/inspiration/showcase-of-cartoon-style-web-designs.html

    This is just an idea I have that I wanted to air. I do not have the money to pay for developers and I was hoping that someone could help or point me in a direction.

    Anyhow, just thought I would ask.
     
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  4. gcuneo2

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    I've got a website I used to practice stuff with, from weebly-- I actually paid for a template and a couple of add on packs-- but it's drag and drop-- and I find it much easier to use than wordpress, that maybe just me....

    Just me mentioning "weebly" is not endorsed by Laughingbird Software, or Chuck Norris- it's just my opinion!


    Here's the website-- http://gcuneo.weebly.com/index.html

    http://www.weebly.com/
     
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  5. markfyans

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    Hi
    Hmmm....food for thought :cool:... thanks
     
  6. markfyans

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    The Character Creator add-on looks very interesting. I bought it and I am playing with it now.
     
  7. gcuneo2

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    Don't forget: You can always use all the elements in all your programs!
     
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    Wow! Fantastic graphics! Thank you so much!! :a plus:
     
  9. gunsmoke

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    gcuneo2 has the right idea with Wordpress being your best drag-n-drop designer. While there are several, and one in particular, I would recommend, none are responsive! Wordpress is responsive. You really want a responsive web site. That is one that is viewable on any device at any size with no extra work on your part. If you buy a hosting account with any of the major companies the you can most likely install Wordpress at the push of a button. Yep, that easy. There are also tons of themes and plug ins that are available, for free, and help and tutorials you can download. By far the cheapest ( free ) drag and drop out there.
     
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