|From:||Padraic Brown <agricola@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, February 23, 2002, 21:31|
Am 22.02.02, David Peterson yscrifef:
> In a message dated 02/22/02 5:42:58 PM, kalatunu@HOTMAIL.COM writes:
> << very nice indeed. is there any grammar page available?
> mathias >>
> :( 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 actually _very_ easy to learn all you really need to know on
your own. A lot of people do this by copy-and-pasting from a web
page they like designwise. From this template, you can tweak it
to fit your needs. It's also quite handy to have on hand an html
code explanation sheet. You can search for "html codes" or
similar via Google to find a beginners html guide. From there,
it's all a matter of inserting your own data into the template
and playing about so that it looks ok.
You just need a text processor and a web interface to check your
work. When you get a good looking product, upload it to the
hosting service of your choice and Bob's your uncle. You can also
use any of the fancy software webpage design programmes, but why
bother; unless you're after creating an unneccessarily fancy
Gwerez dah, chee gwaz vaz, ha leal.