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I am planning to create my own website but i am confuse that if that is possible or not. Is it hard to create a website? Any suggestion will be appriciated!!
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It's possible and there is some learning involved.

http://www.w3schools.com/w3c/

Happy reading and learning.
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Very possible, but as Grinch says it requires a bit of learning.

If you do start and get into it then be ready for a very fun and rewarding experience which will frustrate you equally.
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sometimes a ; can be your friend or your worst nightmare!
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Yes, you can create your own. You can make a website easily by using content management system (CMS). And be alert about the security.
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you can buy software script for build website this way also easy to create
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You can also use a service available through an online company to create a basic free website. One example of such is Tripod's SiteBuilding service, where you can follow the steps outlined to create a website. Another example would be Angelfire. You may also want to choose a free web hosting package from Tripod or another company that offers this service. Whatever you decide, be sure to select a hosting package that fits the needs of your site in terms of storage space and bandwidth.
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The Essential Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Own Website
1. Get Your Domain Name
2. Choose a Web Host and Sign Up for an Account
3. Designing your Web Pages
4. Testing Your Website
5. Collecting Credit Card Information, Making Money
6. Getting Your Site Noticed
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A long time ago I heard about web designers writing their own sites in Notepad, some so smart they even write their own code. This came up again yesterday so I followed a link.

I dowloaded Notepad++

http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

When time allows I am going to look at that, maybe create my own site with it. As it is I have used Wordpress since the first version.

Some people are now able to write plugins, widgets for Wordpress.

I have my domains, my hosts.... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Goodluck to us both!

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suzie wrote:
A long time ago I heard about web designers writing their own sites in Notepad, some so smart they even write their own code. This came up again yesterday so I followed a link.

Using a website builder for amateur purposes is a lot better solution allowing to focus on content creation, than learning html/css and dropping everything in the middle.

Nov a days website builders allow to make a lot better websites, than building a trashsite based on wordpress with a free, low quality template.

just my two cents :wink:
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suzie wrote:
A long time ago I heard about web designers writing their own sites in Notepad, some so smart they even write their own code. This came up again yesterday so I followed a link.

I dowloaded Notepad++

http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

When time allows I am going to look at that, maybe create my own site with it. As it is I have used Wordpress since the first version.

Some people are now able to write plugins, widgets for Wordpress.

I have my domains, my hosts.... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Goodluck to us both!

S



If you're looking to get started in coding, use a better editor than Notepad++. I would recommend Komodo Edit(free) or Sublime($70). Both have excellent syntax markup and support multiple languages. Sublime allows you to edit multiple lines at once(comes in very handy). Sublime is well worth the $70.
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Poly wrote:
If you're looking to get started in coding, use a better editor than Notepad++. I would recommend Komodo Edit(free) or Sublime($70). Both have excellent syntax markup and support multiple languages. Sublime allows you to edit multiple lines at once(comes in very handy). Sublime is well worth the $70.

Bought a Sublime license about a year ago and I agree. Best $70 I've spent on software.

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