Jody Joy
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Jody commented on 28 Oct 2012
I have used Rapidweaver for several years now, and as a non-coder (well, just a bit), I have been able to produce full-fledged websites with e-commerce, etc. The RW community is incredibly helpful and active and that is a big plus when you've got a question. Also, all the devs have made great strides in documentation that is clear, and geared to newbies. At this point, I consider myself intermediate+ level. Yes, I know I could be brilliant if I coded, but so far have not needed to really get down and dirty with it.

I'm curious to know what I might be missing? A couple of folks have said "it's more powerful than Rapidweaver." How so? If I don't code in the first place, what intuitive, basic abilities does Flux have that are available right off the bat to produce a great website? I'm not in the mood for a steep learning curve just to get Flux to do what Rapidweaver does for me already. So? Where's the beef?
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