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im looking for a free simple website builder Answered

anyone found a good one I'm going to build a website for my dads company it will be a pretty basic design with a photo gallery and maybe a q and a.

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herok (author)2010-05-17

If your looking for only free Web Editor/Builder,you cab grab Instruction eBook "How to Craete Your Firsy website With KompoZer" 125 pages Free at Here which tells how to download thsi as well.
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bronedog (author)2009-10-17

/You could use wordpress  its free and easy!

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Tanners (author)2009-10-14

thankyou everyone fore the comments sorry i havnt checked back here in awhile I actually figured something out my and my brother are using dreamweaver and we are hosting it at home on an old computer. I might make aweb site for my dad eventually but he decided it wasn't that important.you can check out our work in progress website thebulb.us we made itjust for fun

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lemonie (author)2009-10-14

Has the company bought a domain name and web-hosting, or does it plan to?<br />I'm guessing you're asking about creating pages (more than hosting),what you get/can use depends to some extent on the package.<br />Look around and you can find things, e.g. <a href="http://download.cnet.com/PageBreeze-Free-HTML-Editor/3000-10247_4-10366810.html"> I don't know but </a><br /><br />L<br /><br />

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Berkin (author)2009-10-14

This site is really good forbeginners. It's a free hosting service that has 1.5 GB of space, and Ilove the site's features. You should give it a try.<br />

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ItsTheHobbs (author)2009-02-20
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lifelong-newbie (author)Tanners2009-02-20

rvsite builder is included in a lot of webhosting packages. It's really great for static pages and incredibly simple to use. http://www.dualserve.co.uk/ include it in all their web packages.

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11010010110 (author)2009-02-01

you can use an existing system like mediawiki / wordpress. it is easy to manage / update (everything thru wizards like in a forum) and got ready designs and templates (fill in and post) but has more requirements from the server

you can build in just html. an app i like is quanta - currently (3.5) its linux only but maybe they'll support all systems in 4.0

you can build html with notepad but its too complex for the task

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xACIDITYx (author)110100101102009-02-03

Yea, or you could use Drupal

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xACIDITYx (author)2009-02-03
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Login258 (author)2009-02-03

Is there a free website host that allows you to make your own PHP scripts?

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