SANAP 14:48 14 Jan 2007

A new advenure, how do i set up a website where i can upload lots of images, then ad a banner, etc . i know i can get a free domain with say 50mb space and limited acess bandwidth.

Basically how do i get a website where people can go on and look at images with a view to buying?

simple answers as i am newbie,


  barryoneoff.co.uk 14:58 14 Jan 2007

find a web host that you like (there are many), register a domain name and purchase a hosting package.

I use 1&1 or Web-Mania, but the choice is yours.

  djbenny 20:18 14 Jan 2007

there is always click here but they take a percentafe of your profits

  Charlie Babbage 15:02 17 Jan 2007

I've read quite a bit about CSS over the last few weeks and think I've got the general idea that it can be used to define the 'look and feel' of the whole site - the advantage being that if you then want to make alterations, you just alter the CSS code rather than (possibly) 1000's of individual pages.

I created a very simple site click here using Serif Webplus 9 which automatically inserts all the CSS for you. So far so good. However, I'm also trying to get to grips with Dreamweaver (DW) MX 2004 - I know that's not the latest version! If you choose the option of a basic HTML site and start creating a simple page, again DW starts automatically inserting CSS code. If, however, you want to create your own coding eg all h1 headings to be red color, centered does that override the code that DW inserts?

Also, exactly at what stage, should you insert the CSS code - right at the start, half way through or at the end? In DW, I'm aware that there are CSS templates. Again, if you choose to use one of those do they override any automatic CSS that DW inserts?

Apologies if this is not crystal clear but any suggestions or clarification would be appreciated.

  Charlie Babbage 15:03 17 Jan 2007

... meant to post the above as a new topic!!

  SANAP 17:42 17 Jan 2007

no, thats good and may help me no end. i am semi retired to can mess about but a bit of a newbie to most things pc.


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