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Re: Interbeing

From:David Starner <starner@...>
Date:Saturday, February 23, 2002, 22:08
On Fri, Feb 22, 2002 at 09:40:00PM -0500, David Peterson wrote:
> :( I'm sorry. I feel very inferior to the rest of you because I just > have no clue how to design (or get, for that matter) a webpage, and I realize > that this really hinders anyone else's ability to actually learn more about > any of my languages. Maybe during the summer I can get someone to teach me.
It's not that hard for a basic webpage: <html> <head> <title>My grammar page</title> </head> <body> <h1>My grammar page</h1> <h2>Nouns</h2> <P>Nouns are <i>wonderful!</i> ... </P> <h2>Verbs</h2> <p>Who needs <b>verbs</b>?...</p> </body> </html> HTML ignores line breaks, so you surround paragraphs with <p></p>. <h1></h1> and <h2></h2> are headings, <b></b> and <i></i> are bold and italics. Just write it in that form, and you've got a webpage. Where to put it is a harder question. I host my own webpage on my computer, but that isn't online all the time. Most free sites have annoying banner ads. Anyone know of a place where you can put small conlang pages up for free without ads? I really ought to search for a place that will host my webpage for about $10-15 a year, but that's probably overkill for most people. -- David Starner / Давид Старнэр - Pointless webpage: What we've got is a blue-light special on truth. It's the hottest thing with the youth. -- Information Society, "Peace and Love, Inc."


Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>How to get free webspace (was: Re: Interbeing)