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When you want to create a simple website then usage of HTML will be more than enough which will make you gain more easier and better looking website

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John Matt: this thread is nine months old. I'm pretty sure that either the answer has been given already, or the OP's no longer following up.

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<off-topic> why the hell do you guys want avatars like old bits of carpet? </off-topic>

Edited by diafol

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why the hell do you guys want avatars like old bits of carpet?

Are you refering to the gravatar?

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Do you have any basic knoledge of programming like HTML,PHP,.Net etc,if not than you should learn basic knowledge or you can search web services companies which they provide website development and web design services.

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How very helpful.

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If you want to create website with chat,downloads,messages ect. then first learn PHP language and My SQL. Because without the knowledge of this two languages you are not able to create a website.

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just wrong
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For creating website first learn programming language like HTML,CSS and PHP and then download and install Dreamweaver software in your pc,its really helps you to create a site with chat,downloads,messages ect

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dreamweaver? seriously?
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Some guide line how to creat a website:
1:Start Working on Webpages or Hire Someone to Build Your Site
2:Take Time to Do Some Testing
3:Take Your Site to the Masses

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like that is any useful
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Are we to assume that the people we should hire are working for clickpencil.com? $99 for a basic landing page was it? Do you ride a horse and live in the Wild West?

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If you want to create a website, than you have to learn HTML first and than PHP. The best source for learning these languages is W3C. Take help form other sites also.

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at least you didn't you didn't say w3schools...
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But you don't need to learn PHP to create a basic website. :(

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But you don't need to learn PHP to create a basic website. :(

If you want a functional and basic website, then you want php ;)

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If you want a functional and basic website, then you want php ;)

Not really. You have the choice of a plethora of server-side languages... php, asp, java, node.js...

It's amazing what you can do with basic js too - especially using third-party APIs and local storage.

Although php is great for many sites, static 'presence' sites can probably do without it.

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That's what i meant ;D
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I've hears php has lots of bugs that are volunerable to spyware, viruses, hackers, etc. Ruby might be better substitute for php

Edited by Ancient Dragon

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I've hears php has lots of bugs that are volunerable to spyware, viruses, hackers, etc. Ruby might be better substitute for php

How dare you suggest such a thing! Wash your mouth out with soap. :)

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haha
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How dare you suggest such a thing! Wash your mouth out with soap. :)

exactly what i was thinking... just not with soap ;)

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use a content management system like joomla, wordpress or website building tools like wix, yola or webbly

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exactly what i was thinking... just not with SOAP ;)

He he

Give it a REST ;)

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lol
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Creating a basic website requirements:

-HTML, CSS, Javascript, Jquery, ASP, or Coldfusion
-Favorite code editor, such as Dreamweaver, Notepad++
-Server to host domain of your choice (i.e www.godaddy.com, www.hostek.com, etc)
-Content Management System (i.e Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla)

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Congratulations! You're no longer a DaniWeb newbie.<br /> <br />
Your DaniWeb account has just been upgraded from newbie status and now you have the ability to take advantage of everything the community has to offer.<br /> <br />
You can now enjoy an advertisement-free DaniWeb by ticking the checkbox to Disable Ads in your profile. You will no longer have to fill out the human verification check when you post. You can also now send unlimited private messages, participate in live chat, contribute new code snippets, and tag articles with never-before-used tags.

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