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lawrence stone
01-06-2002, 11:54 AM
I need to have a page in place for March, and have front page 2000 as an editor.

After I review the Shelly Cashman Tutorial for Front Page 2000 I will be ready to start the home page.

Rooster
01-06-2002, 04:29 PM
I have never read the Tutorial by Shelly Cashman. If it is good stick with it.

I have Special Edition Using Micorsoft FrontPage 2000 by Randall & Jones, published by Que. Great book.

LoneStarLawn
01-06-2002, 04:41 PM
why not do it straight from code? Our new website was constructed straight from code. (Not the one I hace listed..the new one is not up yet)

Strider
01-06-2002, 11:00 PM
Front Page is a good way to get started but it can be a bit clunky and buggy (It is a Microsoft product after all :)). If it works for you and the tuturial you are reading helps you get that site up, great! But as LoneStarLawn has mentioned, their are other options, their are better editors our their or you could take some time to learn HTML. It is really a lot easier than it seems and their are plenty of good resources out their for it. Learning the actual code will give you more options and more flexibility with your web site.

But in the end, it will of course come down to what works best for you.

cclllc
01-07-2002, 03:35 AM
Nice logo Alan.

turfquip
01-07-2002, 12:30 PM
Good place for web and html tutorials:

click this (http://www.echoecho.com)

Strider
01-07-2002, 12:47 PM
Another excellent resource site is http://www.sitepoint.com, you might want to take a look at that if you still need help after the tutorial.

whitleys
01-07-2002, 03:36 PM
Another Idea. If you do not want or don't have time to learn another trade (Website Development) Find a customer who does that type of work and trade work with him. "mowing for website"
That's how I did it!

www.whitleyslawn.com (http://whitleyslawn.com)

my$.02

lawnboyil
01-07-2002, 11:41 PM
my all time favorite is http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/reference/html_cheatsheet/

it a html cheat sheet and it gives most of the basic code and there is some good tutorials

alex

SCL
01-08-2002, 11:29 AM
has anyone tried the deal that they are running through QuickBooks Pro? Looks like a pretty decent deal for $19.95 a month plus has a web site developer.

cos
01-09-2002, 06:11 AM
www.maran.com

Great books for any computer programs.

Dunn's
08-27-2006, 11:33 PM
bump!!!!!!!!!!!!!!