I'm glad you decided to take this leap! If you mean a website for the world wide web, then read on, but if not, wait for next response.
The way I prefer to make a website is to use software, and I use webstarts
, and their web page
You can also get online website editors from here:
If you don't want to use the software via internet, you can use Microsoft's Expression Web:
Buy on amazon
Or you can look through all the different
editors on cnet's webpage:
If you want to code (can take years to learn, but the websites will look better), you can use tutorials online
and books to help you learn:
2create a website:
Create a site:
After you learn HTML, you can learn java script
and other essential codes.
It may take a while, but it can be worth it.
With HTML, you still need someone to host your site. You can find hoster's by doing a Google
search, but I know webstarts
hosts HTML in "HTML only mode".
If you are a visual learner like I am, you can go onto YouTube
and search everything you have trouble with. I would still use the websites as a simple guide, and then do a YouTube
search all the things you have trouble with.
You can also make money with Amazon affiliate programs:
You can sell products with Paypal, too.
That's about all you need to know to build a website!
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