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post #21 of 25
I think an easier way you could've done this is to make a Google Pages website since it has the templates already in there and it's easy to customize.

See my example:

Semedar.TheRuckusGames.com
or
https://sites.google.com/site/semedar/
post #22 of 25
I would say use Wordpress. Extremely easy to modify. You can make a great website from wordpress.

After a while, you won't be able to tell the websites a wordpress site.

It also makes it very easy to add programs and addons.
post #23 of 25
Yeah, word on the wordpress.

If you have xampp, getting it to work with Wordpress is a piece of cake once you make sure to follow instructions on how to lock down the files and database to prevent wannabe hax0rs from effing up the mySQL files.
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If you're interested in learning HTML you should read Head First: HTML with CSS & XHTML. It was published in 2006 so you will get a good understanding of HTML today and what it was when it first came out.
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If you're interested in learning HTML you should read Head First: HTML with CSS & XHTML. It was published in 2006 so you will get a good understanding of HTML today and what it was when it first came out.
I second this. I spent half the weekend reading the book and I understood most of the coding that was mentioned. I am actually at the chapter right before <div> . I can't wait to finish the book and start some hardcore practice!

The book is really worth the read if you want to feel accomplished and not use templates. I plan on reading most of the series

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