Website making

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Sep 25, 2009

Website making by Kwartel at 6:17 AM (1,125 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. Kwartel
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    For school we have to make a website in pairs in HTML. I would like to have something like googlecode, but much more simpler to use for our project.
    HELP [​IMG]
     
  2. Joe88

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    just use dreamweaver

    its pretty does everything for you just by right clicking
     
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    Nah my teacher finds out. I meant that I wanted to use something omline so we don't have to use USB-sticks and stuff to update our shit.
     
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    Just use notepad and upload it on some file sharing site.
     
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    I know I have to use Notepad, but I want to know which file sharing site has the ability to have a folder setup and such
     
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    There's a few options you could try out:

    1. docs.google.com You can share certain documents between two (or more) users.
    2. Get setup with Subversion (it git if you're feeling adventurous). I'm pretty sure googlecode uses SVN. You could probably get TortoiseSVN (a windows client) setup to sync with googlecode.
    3. Try dropbox. (getdropbox.com). and share an account.
     
  7. Kwartel
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    you're my hero THANK YOU SO MUCH [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. FAST6191

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    It seems I am a bit late to the party.
    http://pastebin.com/ ?

    Also hardly anyone builds a website from scratch; they will have a basic layout or three around and choose their favourite of the three or they will find three other websites they like the look of and rip them off. If you envisage having to make more in the future prepare these now.
     
  9. Kwartel
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    I know, but it's for school. You know, making a noob site. It will never be published, it's just for a grade.
    @BisquitBee; I can't install at school and docs is a little bit annoying cause it's just online Word. We have to make something from the scratch and in notepad! My teacher will see it when I have made it in something else, cause that will be superhard to read! Even for Bill Gates [​IMG]
     
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    Honestly just make it in notepad then. It's really quite easy, html isn't that hard (aside of course from having specific browsers handling it differently). A css also isn't that hard to make, getting the layout to work in most used browsers is a little harder though (but as you say it is for school work, just make it so it works with IE or firefox depending on whatever you guys use most). There are plenty of good guides out there, at the very least telling you the basics. You can also look at simple websites to see how they are made (though be aware that pages can be presented to you differently then they are actually hosted on a site, which in your case probably doesn't really matter).

    As for hosting btw, waaaay back I used bravehost. It would be bad to use that in a production enviroment but for what you want to do it sounds prefect.
     
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    If youre looking for a free program try pagebreeze
     
  12. Kwartel
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    Ok for the last time! I need someplace where you can easily put my stuff so WE are always up to date and we don't do the samething!
     

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