Build a Website for Free

Build a Website for Free

Build a Website for Free   Build yourself a state-of-the-art website.It’s incredibly easy… and it won’t cost you a dime! You need a website. But you don’t need the hassles that usually go with building one, or the expense of hiring someone else to do it. Here’s your solution: Build a Website for Free! You’ll learn how you can use new Web 2.0 technologies to create a site that’s impressive and effective. And here’s the best part: You’ll do it all with software and tools that

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Build a Website for Free by Mark Bell (2009, Paperback)

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  1. Review by JulieG for Build a Website for Free
    This book is awesome! I am currently trying to create my first website, and have had ZERO training in this area. I was considering taking a college course in web development, but after reading this book there is no need! I learned more in this book than I did in several of my undergrad classes 🙂 Most of all, it is extremely well organzied and easy to understand. I am brand new to web development and I feel that I have a fundamental grasp on the basics just after the one weekend I spent reading this book. Most of all, it gives some fabulous websites to check out that are very resourceful. Best of luck!

  2. Review by K. A. Harman for Build a Website for Free
    In this day of “freemium” this book is the real deal. It is exceptionally well-written and organized and lives up to its name and purpose by walking you through the entire life cycle of a web site all the while providing multiple examples of open source and freeware that just about anyone can use. The book provides added value by pointing out typical pitfalls to avoid and additional information for the person who is not a technical novice. The writing is clear and concise. Jargon is minimal, concepts are explained in standard, well-written language that anyone can understand.

    The book offers an optimal balance between technical parameters and business strategy. In my mind it is a classic! I plan to use it in my course on eCommerce.

    The author has provided an honest appraisal of what it takes to succeed in eCommerce and an honest critique of the opportunities posed by Open Source and freeware web development applications. It is so filled with good advice and resources that it is “must reading” for any business owner or manager who wants to develop a web presence or understand open source and Web 2.0 applications and strategies.

  3. Review by Tami Brady for Build a Website for Free
    So many great books are coming out about basic website design. Build a Website for Free

    is one of the better ones. I wish I could have found a book like this a few years back when I was trying to build my first website from scratch. It would have saved me a lot of frustration and time.

    Build a Website for Free does a good job of covering the basics is an easy to understand way. By reading this book, anyone could gather together the resources needed to create a website and then get it going live. There’s even a few bells and whistles described that would take the beginner a few steps beyond the average website.

  4. Review by Neal Cross for Build a Website for Free
    Build a Website for Free

    Even if you have been writing HTML code with a text editor for years, you’ll find this book to be an invaluable resource. After all, there is far more to making a good web site than just knowing tags. The six parts of this book provide a road map to follow, from making design ideas with pieces of paper, to finding a suitable host, proper maintenance, and how to use a Content Management System. For those who are completely new to the topic of making websites, you’ll not find yourself overwhelmed with “geek speak”. All of the relevant topics are covered in a very concise way, with directions and suggestions for more information if you need it. If you have any doubts on some aspect of getting that website made you’ve always talked about, this book will be a great help to you.

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