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How to set up a business website

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Step 3. Click Domains under Domains & Webspace, then choose ‘Add new domain’. This will be the web address by which your site is accessed. We chose pcadvisorcookies.org. The software automatically checks to make sure your chosen domain name isn’t already registered, and suggests other choices if it is.

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Step 4. You’ll need a webmail account that can be accessed online, allowing you to be contactable at any time. Find the Communications box in the main Control Panel and click Email, Create. Next, go to Control Panel, Website/Applications, Edit ?Website and make sure your domain is selected. Click Save.

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Step 5. Still in the Website/Applications, Edit Website window, click on your company’s web address to launch the site. A Getting Started box will pop up onscreen, and a main menu toolset will appear on the righthand side of the page. From here, you can control every aspect of setting up your business website.

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Step 6. Click on the main heading box at the top of the page and add the name of your business. Choose a font style and size you like. Ideally, you’ll already have an idea of how you want to present your business and will have chosen a suitable colour scheme. If you need it, context-sensitive help is available.

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