The Really, Really, Really Easy Step-by-Step Guide to Building Your Own Website: For Absolute Beginners of All Ages

Many Internet users would love to have their own Web page—but they haven’t the time, inclination, or budget for learning HTML or hiring professionals. This step-by-step practical guide helps them create a site from scratch, from planning the structure and registering the domain to attracting visitors and updating content. Best of all, the authors’ own supporting Web site offers free software for designing the pages, search engine optimization, and uploading the site to a server…all without knowing HTML!


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By David (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) · ★★★☆☆ · May 05, 2014
I sort of have a strange desire to go out and develop a website so I decided to grab the first book that I saw in the library to tell me how to do it – this book. Look, this book is incredibly basic and is more designed for a small business, or hobbiest, to develop a site based upon their specif... ...more
By josh (Columbus, OH) · ★☆☆☆☆ · July 30, 2010
this book was designed for those using a windows system and the software they recommend using is exclusively for windows - so as a mac owner, this is fairly useless to me. some of the stuff on how to design a site architecture is fairly useful, but the majority of the step-by-step stuff is totall... ...more