newbie help

  fire 18:48 05 Sep 06

i have a business idea and it is located around a web site. i take it i need to register the name if available but what pitfalls do i need to be aware of....i would like to answer these questions
1 best way of registering domain
2 would i be better letting a company do the site

i have no experience in web site design although im pc literate.

any help what so ever is welcomed...
this idea is something i have just thought up so need to be careful on what money is spent initially.....thanks hope this makes

  gibbs1984 19:28 05 Sep 06

If your willing to do the hard work and actually do the markup yourself then this book is perfect for new people interested in designing a website. It doesn't take long to finish the book and once you have completed it then you should be fairly confident with websites.

click here

I don't know how much people charge for designing a website but can't imagine it being cheap, well not cheaper than £25 which is what that book costs ;o)

  ade.h 19:32 05 Sep 06

A website can range from £200-300 up to many times that, depending on what you want. I would expect to pay between £300 and £600 for a commercial brochure site.

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