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onebetterthannone Braunschweiger Since: 19.12.02 Since last post: 3715 days Last activity: 3277 days # 1 Posted on 23.1.04 0224.27 Having very basic computer knowledge, I am clueless as to how a web site is created. I am looking to create a site for myself, and have no idea where to start, or what needs to be done afterwards. Is there a set process, or are there different steps? Like I said, I am completely clueless and need guidance. Promote this thread!
Gugs Bierwurst Since: 9.7.02 From: Sleep (That's where I'm a viking) Since last post: 612 days Last activity: 21 days
Y!: # 2 Posted on 23.1.04 0254.15 | Instant Rating: 5.06 Click Here (geocities.com) Click Here (expage.com) Click Here (tripod.com) Pick one. Follow their instructions. Dear God... You are Jeff Hardy Which WWE Wrestler are you? brought to you by Quizilla
bradbice Chorizo Since: 2.1.02 From: MI Since last post: 702 days Last activity: 129 days # 3 Posted on 23.1.04 1025.40 | Instant Rating: 8.45 Your best friend is 'View Source'. But make sure you view the right sources. Go here: http://www.csszengarden.com and start out right. Check out some of the pages there, and learn from them. Buy a book on XHTML and one on CSS. Learn them. Start simple(no frames, no scrolling marquees, no flash, no table designs). There's a right way to make websites these days. It involves using standards and proper markup. Learn and grow in peace.
Broncolanche Sujuk Since: 2.6.03 From: Littleton, CO Since last post: 1258 days Last activity: 510 days # 4 Posted on 23.1.04 1227.09 | Instant Rating: 6.27 I found this place to be pretty useful. EATIN' FRUIT AND BEING COOL
onebetterthannone Braunschweiger Since: 19.12.02 Since last post: 3715 days Last activity: 3277 days # 5 Posted on 24.1.04 0105.22
I think I have narrowed it down to either geocities or tripod. Does anyone know which is better, or if either have standout features?
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