Re: Building a Website - Posted by Frank Chin
Posted by Frank Chin on February 25, 2001 at 08:47:44:
I enjoyed your posts on rehabs and LeGrands bootcamps. Looks like you spent a few bucks on it. So, I’m not sure if I would build a WEBsite without getting a little education on it first.
But then you probably don’t have to spend a bunch of time or money on it. A friend who started a business selling a mail order product hired a WEB designer in upstate New York who for $400.00 designed the site and I beleive hosts it for $100.00 a month. Obviously, she’s making the money on the hosting. But she keeps a eye on the site and do some maintenance.
I myself was in the systems field till I quit last year. I have taken a number of WEB courses. Because of the demise of the dot.coms and the number of people anxious to get into the business, even my friend thought that it would be more efficeint to hire one of these guys/gals than to have me monkey around with trying to help do one of the WEBsites ourselves. Why not concentrate on Real Estate?
My freind’s $400.00 WEBsite is:
I took courses through an Internet Training school who has a WEBsite:
Unless you’re really WEB savvy, you should at least know the design of HTML pages, WEB tools, client side programming, server side programming etc.
If it looks like the information you provide is static, that is your home page contains the story of what you do, and pictures of rehabbed houses you have for sale, then you don’t even need server side software.
You’ll only need server side software if users are going to your WEB site searching for data.
Thoght I put in my 2 cents.