Can anyone give me some pointers on setting up a new website? I don't want to pay a company to create it for me, as I'm sure it's not too difficult to do myself. For example, what software should I be investing in?06 juil 2005, 08:40 Anonymous
If you have Microsoft installed, try playing around with FrontPage - it writes pretty bad HTML code, but for a very basic site, give it a go.
If you want to create a proper site, try Dreamweaver from Macromedia as this is very good. Will take a little more to learn, but means you will be able to create professional quality sites without necessarily having to touch code.Anonymous 08 juil 2005, 08:58 - Signaler un abus
Search [url=http://www.google.com]Google[/url] and find some good tutorialsAnonymous 09 mars 2006, 02:22 - Signaler un abus
There are quite a few software title Netobjects and Dreamweaver to name but two that can be used to build a decent looking website.
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all the best dude. just let me know when you finish your website.Anonymous 31 oct 2006, 06:55 - Signaler un abus
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