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Alternatives to Learning HTML

Starting a website can be hard, especially if you are just learning html. That's why the marketplace has responded by creating lots of website builders that are readily available on the internet.

You can always go the route of buying a software program to do your web building with, but most of the website design programs that are available, like Dreamweaver, have a very steep learning curve. They are really much more suited to professional web designers.

The key is to find a website builder that is intuitive and easy to work with so that you can spend your time actually creating your website rather than learning the program. Another advantage that an easy-to-learn system gives you is that if it's been awhile since you updated your website, you don't have to spend a lot of time re-learning the program.

An example of a really easy to use program for creating your website (without having to mess around learning html) is WebStarts and you can even use it for free! The website builder at is actually much more than just a web design program.

They include all kinds of useful tools to make your website engaging, interactive, and social. All of which are now key aspects in getting a high ranking in the search engines.

When you're making the decision on which website builder to use, take into account these factors:

1. Customer support - you're going to have a lot of questions, especially in the beginning. Make sure you pick a company that offers good support. You can usually tell if this is true by reading or listening to testimonials from other users.

2. Website templates - it's hard enough building a website from scratch without also having to figure out what you want it to look like. There should be a lot of choices of professional pre-done templates that you can choose from and then just start adding your content to.

3. Advanced features - you may not need these initially, but there's a good chance that as your website grows, you'll want to add on more and more functionality, like a shopping cart for example. If these options exist from the beginning, then you won't have to worry about moving your website to another provider in the future.

If you're just building a website for the first time, you are embarking on an exciting adventure. You're making your creation available to the entire planet and potentially getting visitors from all around the world. And who knows what that can lead to? Good luck and have fun with it!

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