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theDarkStranger

 
Member Since: Jul 09, 2008
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Like INTELigent mentioned.... W3.org is the place to go to for all your standard web coding.

For applications that will assist you in the coding of your site, there are many to choose from. It really depends on the level of knowledge and experience you have. I know some developers that use only a text editing application. For beginners I think RapidWeaver or iWeb is easy enough to use to get something going. More advanced coders/designs will want to use something like Coda or Dreamweaver.

For hosting your site you will want to select a company that is not just the cheapest thing around but that has great support. If something gets messed up on the hosting servers then you want them to fix the issue and quickly, not just a temp patch and it break again.

Try to stay away from Flash. Main reason is that it can take a long time to build, edit, and learn. Unless that's what you want, then more power to ya.

Hope all goes well and good luck with your venture.
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