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Teresa


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09/06/2010 21:50

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I want to build a web site, have tried a few of the free ones but they do not offer what i need. It has to be simple and cheap so if anyone can help please let me know.



mikeyCBBR


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09/06/2010 23:10

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the cheap ones are pants you can http://www.elance.com and its a bit like eba for the IT world, not easy to get into it, if you want I can scope it for you and you pay the bill nothing me.



It depends what you want it to do but a simple 4-5 website will be around $100 yes thats dollars



Great for logo desig etc



How many pages and what do you want it to do



Plus you need monthly hosting from 3pm



ianwfs


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09/06/2010 23:55

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Have a look at http://www.mrsite.co.uk For about 35 a year, they provide a "web site in a box", with your own domain, and a large number of templates to chose from. Or you can do your own design and upload it to them. If you like what you see,you can shop around and find the best price, as what you are buying is a registration code to allow access to their services. I know several people who use them, and they are all happy.



YeniTom


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10/06/2010 00:12

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or this one http://www.justhost.com/



Will the site name be registed in UK or TRNC?



When you say that you have tried, does that mean that you have some experience - say with Microsoft Frontpage?



What help are you actually looking for? Is it someone to actually build the pages?



What sort of site is it going to be?



Tom



Kaya92


Joined: 10/06/2010
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10/06/2010 07:34

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I am a website developer, and my services are relatively cheap. Since im new around here, not sure you can message me on these forums, but if possible, contact me either here or through private messaging if you are interested. thanks!



LaptaGeezer


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10/06/2010 07:39

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Hi Teresa,

Have a look at http://www.easily.co.uk

It is not free but is quite cheap and reliable; I have been using it for years for our company website in the UK.



Paul



Teresa


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10/06/2010 12:50

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Thanks for the suggestions will spend some time checking them all out.



Pippie


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10/06/2010 13:32

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I tend to use Dreamweaver these days for the basic outlines, makes life simple when you want to add the odd bit of own HTML to tweak the designs a little. There are very cheap copies available if you look around!!



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