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#1 BigMan34

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Posted 28 September 2014 - 04:52 PM

Hi there guys,
 
  I am trying to find a great 100% free place to build a website? I'm very new in this feild as i'm trying to build a website that looks professional, can someone please help me out with helpful information and aiming in the right directions....?
 
 
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Posted 29 September 2014 - 12:32 PM

Free: your own computer. Using webpage development tools you can create a website on your own computer. Using IIS you can even host it on your own computer just need to modify your firewall and "pay" for a domain. Getting a domain there is no free way that I know of to get one. 

 

There are services I have seen that allow you to create your own website but it's limiting. In the end it depends on your reasoning to want to create one. Learn? Business? Etc. 


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Posted 29 September 2014 - 04:08 PM

Ahh okay, yea its for personal use to present to a company that i'm currently working for.. So thats why i'm trying to find a totally user friendly ie: microsoft Front Page software that they removed.. like i mention before, i'm a totall rookie (green) when it comes to making a good website...  I really don't wanna use anything that has to do with codeing etc. just copy and paste and enter in your own information etc.



Free: your own computer. Using webpage development tools you can create a website on your own computer. Using IIS you can even host it on your own computer just need to modify your firewall and "pay" for a domain. Getting a domain there is no free way that I know of to get one. 

 

There are services I have seen that allow you to create your own website but it's limiting. In the end it depends on your reasoning to want to create one. Learn? Business? Etc. 



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Posted 09 October 2014 - 02:47 AM

If you are a novice to web-design and need to do something in a pinch, find a decent template to use and edit it yourself. Generally most HTML sites can be edited using a standard text editor, or you could get something like Dreamweaver.


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Posted 07 November 2014 - 05:20 PM

Dreamweaver, or if you don't mind doing the coding without seeing the changes that Dreamweaver's "Design" mode offers, there's always Notepad++. It's a great little tool for editing CSS and HTML, and it's free. Dreamweaver, well, not even close to free - though I do like it.


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Posted 10 November 2014 - 05:07 PM

I also use Notepad ++, a free open source product, and it does all kinds of cool things. 

 

For anyone who wants to explore Notepad ++ a bit more, please go here to their site. 



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Posted 10 November 2014 - 09:01 PM

Hi there guys, okay sounds good.. but i would like to remove ALL flash files from the website change it to the standard version with out any flash..I don't know to remove flash files, nor edit them..  Inclduing pictures.. I wanna add some pictures that will loop automatically, without using flash as well.

 

I don't know where to go or how to do this within a simple program.. 

 

The last time I did a website with NO issues was back when microsoft frontpage was running etc.






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