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    Create a website

    I want to make a website for my dad.. the problem is that I am too young ( 15 years old) for this website creating by my own. I heard about a lot of website builders like Site2you.com or whatever it doesnt matter. The question is - how to create a website quick and with a good quality?

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    Any ideas?

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    try some site places that will purchase your .com or whatever domain for you, give you webspace and all sorts of stuff.

    Homestead is a good one that my mom uses.

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    Try your ISP. Some give you space on their site and help you build it.

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    Thanks guys, I checked up and will think about it...
    What are you think about that builder that I left in my first message?

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    Any other gassses ?

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    site2you.com is expensive for a simple Website like you want to do.

    Best way to start is:

    1. Active the free Web space that's provided you ny your ISP. This space can be used to host files, multimedia or Web pages. The address, for example, as in COX customers, would be http://members.cox.net/username

    2. Use a freeware what you see is what you get (wysiwyg) Web editor to make a few Web pages and upload them to your Web space.

    3. Post the address to pages here and we'll guide you on improving them.
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    Thanks for the help.
    I ll try to use it and will let you know about my experince
    I have one more question about my Web space... Where I can find the Web space?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffer View Post
    Thanks for the help.
    I ll try to use it and will let you know about my experince
    I have one more question about my Web space... Where I can find the Web space?
    At your ISP Web site somewhere. Call them.
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    Thanks everybody for the help
    Sorry for my unprofessinal questions
    I decide it to create a website with one of builders.

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    But still looking for the cheaper one... Site2you.com is not very cheap ((

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffer View Post
    But still looking for the cheaper one... Site2you.com is not very cheap ((
    Welcome to Speedguide

    http://viviti.com/
    It says this on the site: "You can upgrade at any time, or continue using Viviti for free." I think bravenet owns this one... they have been in business for a while. I think viviti.com would be good for you just to create a simple web site. It does not involve writing HTML code which basic web sites are made from.

    Although that web site uses pre-made templates, there is a great deal of web sites out on the internet that you can learn writing basic HTML from. One great one.. is Web Monkey: http://www.webmonkey.com/

    And don't forget if you get stuck with any HTML questions.. try posting in the Speedguide programming forum:
    http://forums.speedguide.net/forumdisplay.php?f=56

    Have a great Holiday.

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    microsoft.web.officelive.com

    easiest one.
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    Thanks for the help guys, but one of your offers want me to learn HTML what is I dont like and the second one is not also cheap, any other offers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffer View Post
    Thanks for the help guys, but one of your offers want me to learn HTML what is I dont like and the second one is not also cheap, any other offers?
    From what I posted above.. this one just uses templates. -> http://viviti.com/
    That should be easy for you.. probally one of the most easest ones out there.. and sure there are probably more out there as well other then this one company.

    This one is another like the one above, that is free and is easy to edit. I've used this one before -> http://www.yola.com/

    Happy New Year.

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    They all are not cheaper than www.site2you.com and all builders got almost the same prices for website creating, its too hard to decide

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