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Now I know that anyone can go to freewebs (ahem, webs) and get a free website, but that requires no skill. What does require skill is HTML. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, and it is the building block of every website.

Step 1: Sub-Domains.

To get the essential website started, you need to get a Sub-Domain. A Sub-Domain is a URL that is a subsidiary of a regular URL. An example of a Sub-Domain would be woddlegames.bananimated.com or thezombiefuture.webs.com. To get your website up and running, we are going to use webs.com to get our Sub-Domain. Make a Webs account. Your username will be the title of the website, so act accordingly. When you get to the templates section of the account creator, click use advanced HTML template.

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The problem is that the website doesn't offer HTML anymore.Neither does webpaper.com too. :(
I found HTMLs that work in Instructables come see.<br> <br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Snork-Adding-HTML-TAGS-to-Instructables/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/id/Snork-Adding-HTML-TAGS-to-Instructables/</a>
There are 2 downsides to this. <br>1) I checked out webs.com, and apparently, it no longer does the HTML editor anymore. <br>2) You don't actually help with the learning of HTML. You basically just point to another website and say, &quot;There! Look at that, I can't be bothered to teach you HTML.&quot; Perhaps you could create an actual guide to HTML and link to it on the Instructable.
I found HTMLs that work in Instructables come see.<br> <br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Snork-Adding-HTML-TAGS-to-Instructables/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/id/Snork-Adding-HTML-TAGS-to-Instructables/</a>
Making simple websites like those are really easy but the end produce would be just a rather simple website.
Seems like spam to me. "How To Make A Website" Step 1 - Sign up at our site. Step 2 - Learn to make a website yourself. ???
Pretty good i'ble Try and show some of what Html actually does and examples lol PS On your home page it is just easier to put .htm not .html

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