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Hi, i'm curious for those who have their own website, i wonder you hire some one to design it for you guys or you guys DIY?

If you hire some one how much will it cost?

if you s DIY, where do you guys download the template?


Hope you guys don't mind sharing =)

cheer
 

Rashkae

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Hi, i'm curious for those who have their own website, i wonder you hire some one to design it for you guys or you guys DIY?

If you hire some one how much will it cost?

if you s DIY, where do you guys download the template?


Hope you guys don't mind sharing =)

cheer
I DIY. I used to work for Macromedia so it's really not hard at all. I prefer not to use templates. :)
 

Rashkae

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Guys, can you share some tips, like where to start DIY:)?
I suggest you start with a concept. Then get software like Adobe Dreamweaver. Then follow the dozens and dozens of online HTML tutorials, and the tutorials in dreamweaver itself (and on the Adobe website).
 

yanyewkay

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those mentioned is just the "design" aspect. There is still the backend of hosting and server stuff. Not difficult to understand if you put a little effort.
 

catchlights

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I DIY,

you can
sign up a hosting plan come with fantastico, than use a content management system like Wordpress, Joomla to do your own site. (paid, with own domain name)

or use multiply, blogger (free site)

these you can put your site up with minimum effort,
 

Robert

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sign up a hosting plan come with fantastico, than use a content management system like Wordpress, Joomla to do your own site. (paid, with own domain name)
Any recommendations to a local company that does all these?
 

pinkbee

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DIY, designed and coded from scratch using Photoshop & Dreamweaver. That's my bread & butter. LOL!
 

Robert

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so far I only use one local hosting company, and I have not try others, not sure am I the right person to recommend you anything. :)
No harm - so which provider are you using?
 

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Hi, i'm curious for those who have their own website, i wonder you hire some one to design it for you guys or you guys DIY?

If you hire some one how much will it cost?

if you s DIY, where do you guys download the template?


Hope you guys don't mind sharing =)

cheer
Hi,I found a site where CSS writers can win $1,000
WebriQ, an online web content management software is soon to launch its Template contest. The company will award the best template design but also the best designed E-commerce site and the site with the most original content. The start of the contest will be on November 13th, but you can get a sneak preview of it already on http://contest.webriq.com.
 

jopel

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Hi,I found a site where CSS writers can win $1,000
WebriQ, an online web content management software is soon to launch its Template contest. The company will award the best template design but also the best designed E-commerce site and the site with the most original content. The start of the contest will be on November 13th, but you can get a sneak preview of it already on http://contest.webriq.com.
you found it :think: What a way to collect templates.
 

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