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Old 22nd September 2011, 09:52 AM   #1
James Tallett
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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Dundee Scotland UK
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Default Building A Web Site With No Programming Knowledge!

Most people think that to create a website, you either need to learn programming or pay someone else. Nothing is further from the truth!

When I first wanted to start an online business and wanted to build my own website. It did not take me long to realise that time was against me if I was going to have to learn new programming languages. A bit of research made me soon realise that you do not need to know any programming language to get your own site up and running. Not someone else's site. Not one created by someone else for you. But your own domain name and your own site constructed by you in a very short time with no programming at all. No cost, except to register your domain name, and your hosting costs, which can be very cheap and in many cases FREE..

Most people when wanting to get started will google and then go on to blog, forum and article sites trying to get inspiration on how to set up their web site and all they get confronted with, is talk about CSS, JavaScript, HTML, PHP etc. And the merits of one over the other. All this talk of learning complicated computer languages stops most beginners dead in their tracks, as it almost did me! Which is a terrible waste and shame because a lot of people have great idea's, if they could only get them on-line!

I think that a lot of the problem is that to most programmers, writing their own routines and programmes is the only way to do it! I do understand that, having in the past learned several different computer languages, including low level ones like assembly language. I also understand the satisfaction one gets from that. Being now a bit (well perhaps a lot) longer in the tooth, I did not want to start all that again, I just wanted to get on with it! I learned the hard way how to create a multi-page website without any programming and really want others to realise that there is another way. To have access and training to this without cost and not having to waste valuable time on becoming a computer programmer, instead of a marketer. After all I think that is why most people are members of this forum, they want to build a business not learn computer programming! So I have written a series of tutorials free to anyone who wants to receive them.

They are called Web Raider and the series of tutorials goes through web site registration and hosting. How to create a page and/or a complete site. Using graphics, colours, text, photographs, links, pay pal add to basket and check out functions, opt-in pages, even music and video's, how to easily upload from your computer to your site and much, much more. It is explained in easy, non technical terms every step of the way in minute detail, without using any programming language what so ever and it's FREE.

Download free from the same link as my free ebook. You get both absolutely FREE and there is no obligation for anything. You can't get cheaper than FREE! - See my signature file for details or Click here> http://www.firstclasshut.co.uk/ebook.html

I really do hope that it helps to get your business going, especially if you are a novice. I also suspect that many 'experts', who in the past have paid someone else, because they lacked programming skills, may also benefit.

Best wishes to all,


FREE eBook & Web Raider weekly newsletter, (Your own web-site with No Programming) http://www.firstclasshut.co.uk/ebook.html
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