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    Question How to make your own website

    Is it easy/hard? What are some inside tips? My first thought was to buy a Dummies Guide to Creating your own Website. Any help would be great.

    Scotty

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    Rent/host a server...learn HTML or get dreamweaver...make pages. Just remember that the home page has to be saved as index.html
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    Somebody did give you a computer for your B-day huh?

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    you can find some easy website builder programs.. where you basically drag and click where you want stuff i think..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgentOblivious View Post
    Rent/host a server...learn HTML or get dreamweaver...make pages. Just remember that the home page has to be saved as index.html
    See that really doesn't make sense to me.... the last bit anyways. lol

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    Somebody did give you a computer for your B-day huh?
    I've had a pooter for years Paulie. A nice big shiny Mac and it's better than any pc.

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    you can find some easy website builder programs.. where you basically drag and click where you want stuff i think..
    Ok, nice. Thank you. I'll check that out.

    Scotty

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    Interesting. I dont know shit about making a website either. Was just thinking about this last night, I want to make a random shit site.

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    First off stay away from those damn website builder programs. The code they generate is shit and it always looks like crap in the end. A real developer would not be caught dead using Dreamweaver and a newbie should stay the hell away from it and learn the core language first.


    Start by going here: HTML Tutorial

    Download notepad++ Notepad++ Home Great tool for editing all types of files.

    A basic webpage is nothing more that a bunch of text "HTML" files that the browser reads. You can create them right on your computer using any notepad/textpad program, save them on your desktop, and open them on your browser.

    Start with the W3 Schools tutorials. The start you off small and build you up. plus their tutorials have a built in interface that lets you type code on the webpage and see how it will be displayed.

    once you have the basic HTML down, move on to the CSS tutorials, than the Javascript tutorials.

    Want to get real fancy move onto learning PHP "Server Side Scripting"and SQL which will allow connection to a database and store information, but you will need to run LAMP "Linux,Apache,MySQL,PHP" to work with it all. You can download the environment and run it on any machine for free. XAMPP is my personal choice as it bundles them all together into one but also includes an Email server and FTP server.

    Check it out on Youtube!!


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    Only a suggestion here, but would a program such as Joomla! or wordpress be suitable? I used Joomla! for my last semester's assignment and although a bit tricky to use was not bad in the end to navigate around.

    Mr.Assassin, Just another option is what I've listed above, called a CMS or Content Management System. Built in user accounts, news, menu's etc. All with a built in backbone. (Like admin pages for yourself to control all through GUI)
    Give it a look maybe? Joomla!

    There is also Drupal
    Requires no coding skill's. I think you should have a look at it as you can have some very smooth websites made!!
    Let me know what ya think?

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    Wordpress can be a good option for people just starting out. Installation is a breeze, many hosts will set it up for you, and there are a lot of plug-ins/themes that are easy to install as well.

    Scotty, what type of website are you looking to build?

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    This is the site I always used for reference. I was making framed pages when I was like 13. HTML is easy. Of course clean, simple tables are the way to go today, but anyway...

    HTML Goodies: The Ultimate HTML Resource
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