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    nlbrt is offline Banned
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    Default Please advise me how to build webpages

    I have frontpage and dreamweaver. Can someone give me the lowdown on how to build a website? Is there a site that tells you how to do it, and simple to understand. I need it to be real simple to understand.
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    Hi there,
    Please look at our video tutorial page, and I think that you will find help which you need.
    Page is located on this link http://glowhost.com/support/videos/index.php
    You only need to choose menu "Dreamweaver Help" and you will see some video tutorials, which must help you with creating of your website.

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    Hmmm...

    I have a couple of clients like that.

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    CharlesH: rofl!!
    Thank you,
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    The tutorials help a lot. Web tutorials are cool stuf, educate and learn. Nice work, great job.
    Last edited by admin; 06-18-2008 at 01:24 PM.

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    I think the original poster has been banned here, but it's nice to continue this thread. If anyone hasn't checked out Lynda.com, please do so. It is an incredible resource for just about every software you can image. Of course, that would not include WHM, but I bet that soon they will have a series on it.

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    Search for some web tutorials. They will be of great help in educating and you will find some real cool stuff there.

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    Initially use frontpage. It is easier than dreamweaver. Search google for "frontpage tutorials". Once you're good with fromtpage go for Dreamweaver. It has lots of features.

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    Dreamweaver is best tool to developed website easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammybush View Post
    Initially use frontpage. It is easier than dreamweaver. Search google for "frontpage tutorials". Once you're good with fromtpage go for Dreamweaver. It has lots of features.
    Frontpage is no longer supported by Microsoft and most hosts have eliminated support for Frontpage Extensions. If they haven't they should due to security issues. cPanel has also discontinued official support. You might be able to connect Frontpage to the server if it supports webdav or FTP - but that doesn't mean the site will work the same or look the same as it does on the computer that made it.

    I wouldn't waste your time with Frontpage anymore.
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