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    I were woundering if I could make some money out of making websites like my current one
    (www.xtreme-xbox.tk)

    It was made on wordpad
    would I make more money by not using a website design program even though it is slower on wordpad?
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    it doesn't matter what you make it on; its the end product that counts.
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    It's also a matter of who you know. It's extremely difficult to start a web design business, and no offense, you don't have exceptional skills (neither do I ) So you would basically be relying on your contacts.

    Don't use wordpad... use a free html editor or text editor that has highlighting.. it'll help ya in the long run, trust me 1st Page 200 is a good one as well as Crimson Editor.
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    Originally posted by JR
    it doesn't matter what you make it on; its the end product that counts.
    That's not always true. You'd be surprised how illogical clients can be.

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    It is all about what the customer likes and what they want. You also have to have some skill...

    Also, I use notepad so dont be scared.
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    thanx
    so how much do u think i'd get for sommat like my site?
    and I'm working on a web design site so what should i call it and should i use dreamweaver and put lots of flash on to make it look good?
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    Your site is very basic, and like Brak said your customers will probably end up being people you know. You'll earn from them whatever they're willing to pay. With that said, this is a very basic design that I wouldn't pay alot of money for.

    I would recommend using Dreamweaver, I'm a fan of it. Dreamweaver doesn't take the place of knowing HTML though, it can produce some bloated code. I always use DW with the code and design view splitting the screen, so I can edit the code by hand if need be.

    I wouldn't rely on "lots of flash" to make your site look good. Some flash can be a good thing, but too much can ruin it. Especially animation, animation on websites is distracting. I can't remember the last time I saw "good" animation on a website.

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    thanks,
    I should have a preview of my new site for you in a bit so i'll post the link when it's done
    I'm just stuck on the name
    xtreme web design
    e.t.c
    i need ideas
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    As far as names go, there are a million names that could be suggested, and "xtreme web design" sounds like a stereotypical suggestion. The only suggestion I have is to make your name personal, make it incorporate something meaningful to you. "Xtreme Web Design" or "Mega Web Designers" sounds like every other web design company out there.

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    like peters web design
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