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kelly    Posted 02-28-2002 at 07:00:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Im looking for someone to make a webpage for me
anybody know how ?

Donna    Posted 02-28-2002 at 15:51:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
These are all free

Scroll down to house keeper, your gona love this, easiest way to build a website

Lots of options here too, and its fun

This one is a farmers dream easy, just follow directions.

The clip art is great here But I used my own, your gona have a ball with this.

Denise    Posted 02-28-2002 at 09:27:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I agree with the geocities comment, there are other free web hosting services as well. Or if you are inclined to pay for some space (avoid those annoying pop up ads) see what your local server has to offer.. Chances are you have Front page already on your pc. That is a little more difficult, but a library book will help with html if you are willing to do a little homework.
good luck - then post your site so we can see...
let me know if you want to see what we did thru Front Page. Lots of options there!

F14    Posted 02-28-2002 at 11:00:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
I dumped geocities because they were being a pain in the butt, shutting off my page if it got more than so many hits in a 24 hour period. Their premium service will avoid that, but it's expensive.

I moved to, much better service, and their no-ads option is only $4.95 a month.

The site at the link was done with MS FrontPage, and Angelfire's webbuilder.

Denise    Posted 02-28-2002 at 15:09:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Very nice site!
Lee liked the tractor links.
Here is a link to our page -
Lee is constantly changing things around...
but just thru the end of march -
our space would have to be renewed otherwise and he does not like the service.
We'll check out the anglefire link, thanks!

walt    Posted 02-28-2002 at 08:45:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yahoo and Geocites have web page wizards for do it yourself.

F14    Posted 02-28-2002 at 07:04:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
Whatcha got in mind? Home/hobby pages are easy to do yerself. Commercial pages that support online shopping are better done by a pro. I happen to know a feller (not me) that's pretty good at it, and moonlights at it.

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