How To Build A Website Without HTML

Apr 9 17:03 2007 Tony Williams Print This Article

So you want to build a website but you know nothing of HTML? Well, that is not really a problem, but first of all; have you actually considered learning some HTML? It really isn't very difficult and ...

So you want to build a website but you know nothing of HTML?

Well,Guest Posting that is not really a problem, but first of all; have you actually considered learning some HTML? It really isn't very difficult and a little knowledge now could save you a big headache later on, so it might be a good idea to spend a couple of hours learning the basics of HTML even if you don't intend to become completely fluent in the language.

Probably the easiest way to learn anything, including HTML, is by following step-by-step examples and I would heartily recommend the free online tutorials at http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp or for alternatives you could always use your favourite search engine to find the thousands of others.

If you prefer to learn from the pages of a book then a couple of recommendations you might like to check out are: "Learn HTML in a weekend" by S. Callihan, or "HTML 4 for dummies" by Ed Tittel and Mary Burmeister. There are of course many many more.

On the other hand, if you are content to stay HTML illiterate and simply want to build a web page using a WYSIWYG editor then there are some excellent Web building applications available including the obvious choices such as Dreamweaver and Frontpage. However, it can be quite expensive to invest in high end software such as this, so if you are on a budget or you just want to dip a toe in the water, then check out NVU (pronounced N-VIEW) - it is open source software and therefore completely free to download and use. You can find it at http://www.nvu.com/index.php

Finally, for the easiest way of creating a web page with no knowledge of HTML and without any further software you may find Google's Page Creator useful. It's not a professional solution, but it may just suit your needs perfectly. You can find it at http://pages.google.com

Of course, once you have built your Website you then need to learn how to get traffic to it. But that's a whole different story.

Good luck!

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Tony Williams is the author of The Magic in a Freelance Web Design Business

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