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October 10th, 2005, 08:28 PM
I just found out i a website for a book i'm starting. I wanted to know if anyone can tell me how much it'll be and how long they usually take to make? plus any ideas what to put on it?? :confused:

October 11th, 2005, 01:30 AM
This is a question probably best asked of your ISP or hosting provider. Most ISPs offer free web space, plus there's many other services that offer free web sites and online building etc. If your ISP can't help you try doing a Google search for free web site providers.

As for content of your site, well that's really up to you, and of course, you can spend as much time as you need or like on your site. Most of us are forever updating or adding to ours. :)

October 11th, 2005, 07:27 PM
Most ISPs give you 10 mb to put up a web site. If you're not using a lot of graphics, this gives you a lot of room. (And many will give you more space for a few dollars more each month).

If you don't know how to make a web page, there's a lot of good books out there to check out in your local library. Or you can grab a web editor like Evrsoft's 1st Page 2000 (http://www.evrsoft.com/1stpage2.shtml) or NVU (http://nvu.com/) and start playing.

Some free & paid sites providers have their own editor.

The first page in a web site is the index page or index.htm.

Clipart really adds to the titlepage of a story. Just make sure it's ok to use the clipart.