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Loads of very helpful folk on here...& I need help please!! I have been given the dubious task of putting together a very basic website. Few piccies, text, that kind of stuff. Nothing dodgy... … Read More
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Loads of very helpful folk on here...& I need help please!! I have been given the dubious task of putting together a very basic website. Few piccies, text, that kind of stuff. Nothing dodgy...

The web domain thread earlier was useful - but how easy is it to put together a website.?

Yes I can Google like anyone else - but seriously I am rubbish with computers so I am asking practically, how easy is it.?..and where is the best place to start?. Is there a site for such things people can recommend from experience.?

Any info would be very much appreciated. Cheers
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
Disco, helps me :thumbsup:
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[url]www.w3schools.com[/url] if learning from scratch.
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W3Schools has a lot to offer tutorials, try it yourself etc
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Office live ! ( http://smallbusiness.officelive.com/?lc=2057&cloc=en-gb ) free to use and very easy to work
i didn't know a thing about building a basic website so if i can do it so can you!
banned 1 Like #5
For your basic website its quite easy. I recently bought computeractive as their was an easy starters guide in it advising how to get started on a website. I would highly recommend it, but its quite easy until you want to get started on more complicated stuff.

BTW most domain suppliers include a website starter pack in the package. I use [url]www.1and1.co.uk[/url] and their webbuilder program is easy as pie ;-)
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DLM
Disco, helps me :thumbsup:


Is that a website or invite lol? Just google Disco then??

Cheers Duck & Nat - will look at that..:thumbsup:
banned#7
Rockhound
Is that a website or invite lol? Just google Disco then??

Cheers Duck & Nat - will look at that..:thumbsup:


He's a member of HUKD :thumbsup:
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There was this thread the other day. Might be useful?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/233467/help-trying-to-start-my-own-web-sit/
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Is that a website or invite lol? Just google Disco then??

Cheers Duck & Nat - will look at that..:thumbsup:


No worries I used that and a HTML basic book about 10 months ago and now i'm a web and wap developer, so if I can do it you'll have no probs :thumbsup:
banned 1 Like #10
A great site for buttons, animated icons and everything you need to help you build a website is:

http://www.bellsnwhistles.com/
suspended#11
iv got dreamweaver and still sitting in the packet lol
good luck i should get off me own backside and have a go
1 Like #12
whats the purpose of the site?

Im a webdeveloper for a company in Edinburgh, I could help you out if you need some starting points.

as said w3c is a brilliant resource. I have a few ebooks i could throw your way also if you need. :thumbsup:
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DLM
He's a member of HUKD :thumbsup:


:oops: OK DLM

h04x
whats the purpose of the site?

Im a webdeveloper for a company in Edinburgh, I could help you out if you need some starting points.

as said w3c is a brilliant resource. I have a few ebooks i could throw your way also if you need. :thumbsup:


You are just across the Forth then mate..:thumbsup:

It is a daft wee site for our annual golf tournament - probably accessed by us, friends, family and other folk for a lugh (at us!!) Just player profiles - funnies..pics..that kind of stuff. Really basic.

I will have a look at the recommendations above and give it a bash...get frustrated...and probably get someone else to do it lol...:p

Thanks for the offer - may be in touch on that.
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yeah go on ... give it a go you know you want to ;-)

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