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  1. #1
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    Hello. I would like to create a website which displays models of military aircraft that I and a few friends build. Id like to post pictures of step by step intructions, a message board and incorporate some fancy backgrounds and sounds.

    Now I know next to nothin but am fairly good with my laptop and would love to tackle this myyself. What would you folks recommend? I heard Dreamweaver is the program to use, but I wouldnt know how. Is a book recommended?

    Any help, please....



  3. #2
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    I've learnt the basics from both a book and online. Get down your local library and pick up a "beginners guide"..i used "learning web design" by Jennifer Niederst and also the idiots guide to DM..

    I picked up the basics within a day or two.

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    Hi there,
    it seems a bit late to post a reply, this is already mid April,maybe you have already picked up a lot of ideas in between.

    Just like you, in the beginning I knew next to nothing about building a website, but now I have one personal site somewhere out there.
    You need to have the basics, like how to read HTML, and how to edit it.
    As your site is to showcase models of military aircraft, you will need a graphics editing program for your pictures. Plan your site before you start adding content. Check out your local library.
    I started out with a book, "Creating Web Pages for Dunmmies" and progressed from there.

    Do not be afraid to try.

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