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how do you make a website

blackfuredfox

is a Gunnery Sergeant now.
really how?
 

Grimfang

Well-Known Member
What do you want the website's purpose to be? Is it just kind of a blog and 'about me' sort of thing, or are you trying to making a networking/communications kind of site?

Website design can range from being really simple, to a difficulty in which you may want to go to school to be able to accomplish, heh.
 

Aden

Play from your ****ing HEART
First you must register a domain name and get some server space. Then you create your index.html file and go from there. Make sure you have an FTP client or can SSH to the server so that you can put your stuff on there. Or "buy" Dreamweaver.

Or just say fuck it and get a Geocities page so you too can go back in time to the '90s.
 

Ceceil Felias

Never have I seen fail so huge
Jak, meet me in my office at 9. *loads shotgun*

The real way to make a website:
1. Learn HTML - it's not that hard!
2. Code with HTML - still not hard!
3. Register with a webhosting service - don't bother with a pay one unless you already know what you're doing.
4. ???
5. Profit! - Self-explanitory
 

Eevee

Banned
Banned
Notepad is a pathetic excuse for an editor.

Ceceil Felias said:
Editpad > Notepad++

Okay, I lie. I haven't tried out Notepad++. But Editpad certainly > Notepad.
vim/emacs > pretty much everything
 

Oni

Member
Eevee said:
Notepad is a pathetic excuse for an editor.

Ceceil Felias said:
Editpad > Notepad++

Okay, I lie. I haven't tried out Notepad++. But Editpad certainly > Notepad.
vim/emacs > pretty much everything
Despite notepad's simplicity, it served me well. ^.^
 

valkura

Shank a Hobo
Ceceil Felias said:
Okay, I lie. I haven't tried out Notepad++. But Editpad certainly > Notepad.
Googled, saw nothing interesting. I shall stick with Notepad++. :p
Eevee said:
vim/emacs > pretty much everything
I tend to just use nano when I'm in linux. :- Granted I haven't exactly been doing any development there... I might find something else if I ever get around to building up a linux system that includes X.
 

BijouxDeFoxxe

shake wut ur mama gave u
My mentor gave me a subdomain off his website. And I have a cheesy drag and drop website builder. I just threw my site together, and my friend said he'll help me make a super duper site later.
 

Ceceil Felias

Never have I seen fail so huge
Eevee said:
Notepad is a pathetic excuse for an editor.

Ceceil Felias said:
Editpad > Notepad++

Okay, I lie. I haven't tried out Notepad++. But Editpad certainly > Notepad.
vim/emacs > pretty much everything
Quit being hardcore and let us hobbyists enjoy our fancy notepad clones. D:

Also, I never really was a big vim person, Amiga relations aside.
 

Eevee

Banned
Banned
valkura said:
I tend to just use nano when I'm in linux. :- Granted I haven't exactly been doing any development there... I might find something else if I ever get around to building up a linux system that includes X.
I've used vim in Windows, OS X, Gnome, and bash :V With the same settings conveniently able to float between them all. Context switching sucks.

Ceceil Felias said:
Quit being hardcore and let us hobbyists enjoy our fancy notepad clones. D:
If you actually specifically need a plaintext editor, odds are learning vim/emacs will be useful.

Ceceil Felias said:
Also, I never really was a big vim person, Amiga relations aside.
I posit that nobody can actually dislike both vim and emacs.
 
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