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    its basic stuff like:

    Code:
     <B> bold text </B>
    = bold text

    and hyperlinks are:
    Code:
     <A HREF="http://www.hexus.net"> HEXUS </A>
    =
    HEXUS

    ... tehre must be many sites out there with guides to it, and I know there's loads of books.

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    Just a small hint before you start... I would personally use XHTML, which is essentially a tider version of HTML. There are various differences, such as tags being in lowercase e.g.

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    <b>Bold text</b>
    and having to close every tag e.g.

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    <p>This is a paragraph.
    <br />Oooh, a line break!</p>
    "Well, there was your Uncle Tiberius who died wrapped in cabbage leaves but we assumed that was a freak accident."

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    Mike's right - it's easier to learn XHTML from the start, than learning it later on

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    Maybe get some hosting too, always a good start
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    XHTML is quite a good standard, having to enclose all commands and declaring all your tags as such. Perhaps mix it up when you have html skills with a little Javascript - only if your comfortable with html though.

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    i use fasthosts. 3.99 a month. there is probably cheaper options too.

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    Rite,

    Updates, ive got a site that theyve said to me "Wed basicly like something like this"

    www.iainogg.com

    Theyve bought www.mrr-rallyteam.com but im still waiting on them getting me the login details etc for that, so im not sure at all what package they have.

    Any1 suggest a site i should go to for basicly learning everything ill need to make a site like www.iainogg.com ?

    Also any1 suggest a really user freindly / noob freindly program?
    Last edited by Duncan_Mon; 27-01-2006 at 11:45 PM.


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    that sort of nice basic site doesn't just happen over night.

    You've been given a good few examples of what to do in this thread, the best one was "learn the basics first" such as html, or xhtml.

    5 style pages - you won't need anything flash, there are plenty of free templates out there. If you learn a bit, find a half respectable editor like dreamweaver to help you out with bits you don't understand, learn the basics of html - you'll be fine.

    Stop asking, start reading.
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    ikonia is right...you really need to learn basic html before you can even think of moving to dreamweaver.

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    Rite ive read through the HTML and XHTML guides on www.w3schools.com. It was the first result i got on google so i went with it!

    Im currently looking for a template but i cant seem to find anything that suits what the person wants. A dark blue / yellow template would be good.

    Currently waiting my dads freind bringing a copy of dreamweaver over (business copy, plenty uses left i think) and a copy of Photoshop 7.

    If any1 sees a blue / yellow template just post a link please


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan_Mon
    If any1 sees a blue / yellow template just post a link please
    Can't you just find a template you like, and change the colours you like? Should be fairly simple once you've got a basic grasp of XHTML/CSS.
    "Well, there was your Uncle Tiberius who died wrapped in cabbage leaves but we assumed that was a freak accident."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_w
    Can't you just find a template you like, and change the colours you like? Should be fairly simple once you've got a basic grasp of XHTML/CSS.
    I was gonna give that a try when i my freind brings Macromedia Studio over, untill then ive just been looking


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