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I've been wanting to make one for a long time.
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Theres 2 ways...an easy way and a hard way :P
Easy way: You can use websites like free webs, geocities, etc to build websites. You don't do much/any coding for the most part...thus making it easy...however, this takes away customization of the page and making the website 'your own'
jpx111's 'easy way' is the free way. You can't just make full out websites like AG for free. Go here if you want to make one.
The 'hard way' is not free and cots a pretty penny. If you do get a program to make one, then I do suggest [highly] to take the tutorial.
I heard you have to pay to make your own.
Ohh okay, never mind my last post.
flippin, just go to the site I contributed.
What kinds of things do you want on the site?
If you just want to write stuff, you could try making a blog. Or, if you want to include pictures and videos from youtube, most of the free sites mentioned above should work.
Back in my day, I used WebSiteMakerCafe. Is that still around?
Thanks you guys, you all really helped me out.
to really help just think of an idea
like my website in freewebs its about um xbox360 games
in freewbs they tell you how to mkae it and videos.
go to freewebs.com they really help there
go to www.yola.com
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Be sure you check when the last person posted Snake211!
Well the Website I use is called Moonfruit and for just 10.99 (Pounds, not sure how much in dollars) you can get a domain for a year. They have realy good graphics and Widgets to put on plus your own HTML code.
Hope this helps
i like the hard way like html java...
For a simple website, you need HTML.
For a highly personalized looking website, you need CSS.
For server-side scripting, you need PHP.
Of course, you can use other languages, I have just listed some of the most popular, and the ones I use.
If you plan on using PHP, make sure your web host is PHP compatible, and I recommend using Apache and MySQL.
then you have to buy a domainname and hire a server.
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