I got my domain name and my server, got Dreamweaver and read a big book about it so I understood it. It took me a couple of months to get my content in order - lots of pics, but that was offline. Once I did that it took me about a week to get my site up - maybe 15-20 hours. People often compliment me on it, but of course it's not as slick as a real pro would do. It's not so hard and no, you don't need to learn HTML anymore, though an understanding of it is most useful.
by John D - 16 hours ago
Learn HTML and CSS install a server on your computer install wordpress all this very easy. Join my yahoo group, I also have youtube tutorials all for beginners. http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/createyoursite/ http://www.youtube.com/user/tutn5sites4nubies
by Dawud - 16 hours ago
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