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I am thinking of making my first website. Does anyone know a FREE website composer. It can be for Windows but would prefer if it were for Mac.

Does anybody know where to get free web site names (UTRL's?)

I was wondering if anybody knew a free website hoster. No hidden charges.

I'm not cheap, I just have never purchased something on the web. (except eBay)
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www.geocities.com , www.yahoo.com , www.lycos.com,

i love that "im not cheap" haaha its cool matt
good luck with the web site.

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I use Freewebs , and it works quite well.

If you want to look at my site, the link is in my signature.

"Time you enjoy wasting was not wasted" - John Lennon.
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You'll be lucky if you find free domain names; you might get one if you sign up with a host that says 'host with us and we'll give you a free domain name' - but, of course, you'll have to pay for hosting.

I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.
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dreamweaver.com has a 30 day demo of dreamweaver.
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There is plenty of free stuff out there, including sub-domain names, try
http://www.no-ip.com for the domain..
Dreamweaver is the bomb if u can build your site in 30 days...(trial)
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http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/8636

Use that for making your website. I dunno what to tell you for hosting, because I just run Apache 2 off my Mac.
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