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#1 webber131


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Posted 28 August 2014 - 06:42 PM

I need to create a 1 page website that is Not going to look very professional, which is fine.


The website could look like a page from word or notepad with a few lines of text on it. In the past i used godaddy's free website builder which gave me a template and then i put some text in. It took about 5 minutes to do the whole site. It was perfect.


I want to do the same thing but not use GD's website builder, which leads me to wonder if i need a free template.



- if i am going to upload something to my hosting website's account, does the document have to be a template?

- assuming i need a template, i see there are many 'free' templates, but it seems like they all require you to host with them. I don't want to host with them. Is there an extremely basic template i can use where i just download it and am done - no strings attached??


***** what my entire website would look like:


ie: website name


offering a,b,c services...

for more info, contact xxx



THAT'S IT! But i need to put that text on something to upload to my hosting account that already exists with other websites/ hosting provider.


thanks in advance!

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#2 Martel


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Posted 28 August 2014 - 08:06 PM

One way.

upload a webpage to your hosting provider

You can create a webpage with word or kompozer. There are plenty of free apps


Another way..

If you are going to be making lots of pages

Since you have a hosting account you may be able to install WordPress into a directory.

Shouldn't cost you anything.


Go to your hosting dashboard and nose around under applications.

looks like this wpdownload75.png

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