Anyone Can Build a Web Site!Written by Robin Sopko
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I could offer you a list of all URLs to visit, (and would love to, in upcoming articles; or you could just visit our website!), if you'd like, but for now I'll just tell you basics. Remember to ask yourself before you begin: Am I interested enough in this topic to come back and update my site frequently? Do I need images to put on it, and if I do, is there a scanner available to allow me to upload these pictures? Will I need information or images that do not belong solely to me? If so, are there addresses for me to write, to ask permission for use of those images or thoughts? A website on internet is a legacy, so to speak. It will be a spot on infinite Web, that you created. You can use free space and a longer site name or, if you purchase website hosting space and a domain name, it will belong to you at least, for a year. It will have your name on it, and you will be responsible for it. It will be your "baby". It could remain there for many years, or you could change your mind and simply delete it. The bottom line is that all you require is an idea, a half an hour tutorial, and a goal. Much more time is required if you'd like a really nice website, but that is up to you. Who knows how long it will take before space runs out on World Wide Web, or if it ever will. If I were you, I'd get started on it! If you don't document your idea on this vast new course of technology and adventure, you'll probably regret it later. It's like writing your name with a stick in a freshly-poured cement sidewalk. Generations to follow can read it and remember you by it. The only cost involved is a small fee for your internet connection. You could even eliminate that if you visit a local library where computer access is free. Show your cousin in California all of your photographs. Tell world how much you love Korn or corndogs. Meet and communicate with people across continent who share your interests. Design and construct a legacy. You CAN build a web site. Your legacy awaits!
Robin Sopko is webmaster of: WebsCoolLinks! (located at: http:www.geocities.com/webscoollinks/) which provides many free links to a combination of design, hosting, tutorials, and other assorted webmaster tools, that assist those interested in building their own free place on World Wide Web.
An author since high school with many poetry submissions and travel writing for American Automobile Assn. Most interested in website instruction, article writing, and design.
Choosing The Right Blog-ToolsWritten by Gunnar Berglund
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Gunnar Berglund has been a "internet- hardworker" for the last four years He publishes The meonit Gazette http://gazette.meonit.com and run http://www.emarketingprofit.com