Website Design for a dummy!

  dm101 11:59 10 Jan 2003
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  dm101 11:59 10 Jan 2003

Hi, could someone recommend an easy to use package for designing a music website. I write my own songs and wanted to make some available but have never dabbled in web design before. Thanks.

  Legolas 16:32 10 Jan 2003

refresh

  Pilch.... 16:35 10 Jan 2003

click here good site i learned basic html from, then they do more advanced stuff after.

  Legolas 16:35 10 Jan 2003

microsoft front page is ok for producing a web site although I am not sure about putting music on it for sharing

  mcullum_DX4Life 19:28 26 Jan 2003

I currently use Frontpage and moonfruit. My frontpage website is click here - please not that this is still being developed and is not due to launch till 1st feb. To be honest it was a fairly easy website to build, ive only spent a few hours on it so far. My other main website is click here - the low speed one was built using Frontpage but the high speed one was very easily built and maintained using moonfruit for just £3.99 per month. It has everything you need and also allows you 40mb of upload area for music etc and you can change everything from anywhere in the world. I dont really know which one i prefer, i like FP as you have more control but Moonfruit is a lot simpler. I do not have the time to learn HTML as im a computer engineer and am nearly always learning about new things in the hardware world etc... I suggest you take the free 14day trial on Moonfruit - you dont even need a credit/debit card to start the free trial so you have absolutely no risk of losing money!

Hope that helps ;)

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