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    HI.

    I'm looking to create my own website and have absoulutely zero knowledge of how to code it from scratch.
    I'm after any programs that will let me do it easily - any suggestions?

    Cheers.

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    You could try ]webpage maker, it has a 15 day trial which is long enough for you to easily play around without having to understand the code.

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    melipona;3215507

    You could try ]webpage maker, it has a 15 day trial which is long enough … You could try ]webpage maker, it has a 15 day trial which is long enough for you to easily play around without having to understand the code.



    Cheers, I'll have a look. Have some rep.

    You could either purchaseMr Site from play.com or amazon.co.uk for £ 17.99.

    If you are in a rush you colud also purchaase this software from PC World and get to price match Play.com/Ama….uk whch would work out even cheaper.

    For further info on the sooftware see the below link.
    mrsite.com/

    Mr SIte includes .com domain name for 12 months which must be worth the software price alone.

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    Cheers. Rep added.

    Check - wix.com/ !! You'll love it! :-D

    There's a lot of terrible website design around at the moment so I wouldn't expect automated tools to be any better (wix for example, flash is a terrible way to make a website). If you're going to be spending a lot of time on the website over the long term then I'd strongly recommend you learn to do it properly, the ]css zen garden may be a good place to start.

    If you're not going to touch your website much and don't expect it to get much traffic then just use whichever way is easiest.

    Hi,

    I used this site, doyourownsite.co.uk It's pretty decent, and allows for a shop, blogs, pictures,all the usual. I've created this website with it; [url]www.frindsburycricketclub.co.uk[/url]
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