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Service to edit HTML files for a website

Hello everyone, I'm hoping you have a great day!

 

So I want to start my own computer repair and assembly service. I'm currently advertising via Ebay and other kind of second hand sites. But I want to host my own website, I already have a server and everything is set up, I can now host files, but most importantly: HTML websites.

 

But since my HTML programming skills aren't great I'm looking for a service/program/website where I can visually see and change an HTML file that I can host. I don't mind paying for it as long as it's not too expensive and I rather don't have a subscription. 

 

So these are some of the requirements:

  • I'm looking for a program whith wich I can edit HTML files
  • Even a noob like me can learn how to use it
  • It doesn't need a subscription
  • I can host the HTML on my own server
  • A shop or a chat or a contact form would be very nice, but it's not a requirement

 

Does anyone have any suggestions? If so, please post them below.

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I would suggest taking a look at Dreamweaver by Adobe. It functions very similarly to site builders such as Squarespace or Wix, but lets you use your own code and templates. It costs about $20/month for an annual subscription. Alternatively, you can run all of your sites on WordPress and use the WPBakery plugin as a site builder.

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Just now, Homeless Pineapple said:

I would suggest taking a look at Dreamweaver by Adobe. It functions very similarly to site builders such as Squarespace or Wix, but lets you use your own code and templates. It costs about $20/month for an annual subscription. Alternatively, you can run all of your sites on WordPress and use the WPBakery plugin as a site builder.

Hi, thanks for your reply. I will look into it.

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6 hours ago, Tummy said:

Hello everyone, I'm hoping you have a great day!

 

So I want to start my own computer repair and assembly service. I'm currently advertising via Ebay and other kind of second hand sites. But I want to host my own website, I already have a server and everything is set up, I can now host files, but most importantly: HTML websites.

 

But since my HTML programming skills aren't great I'm looking for a service/program/website where I can visually see and change an HTML file that I can host. I don't mind paying for it as long as it's not too expensive and I rather don't have a subscription. 

 

So these are some of the requirements:

  • I'm looking for a program whith wich I can edit HTML files
  • Even a noob like me can learn how to use it
  • It doesn't need a subscription
  • I can host the HTML on my own server
  • A shop or a chat or a contact form would be very nice, but it's not a requirement

 

Does anyone have any suggestions? If so, please post them below.

Why don't junt just use w3schools and write your own HTML files? HTML is like reading a children's book. It's basicly just 

 

<!doctype html>

<head>

<title>Hello World</title>

</head>

 

<body>

<h1>Hello World!</h1>

</body>

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16 hours ago, AbsoluteFool said:

Why don't junt just use w3schools and write your own HTML files? HTML is like reading a children's book. It's basicly just 

 

<!doctype html>

<head>

<title>Hello World</title>

</head>

 

<body>

<h1>Hello World!</h1>

</body>

oh wow, never heard of it. It seems pritty handy, thanks.

 

I was going for a more professional look and i tought I couldn't do that myself, but maybe I can learn to make sites with better and more trustworthy looks.

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1 minute ago, Tummy said:

oh wow, never heard of it. It seems pritty handy, thanks.

 

I was going for a more professional look and i tought I couldn't do that myself, but maybe I can learn to make sites with better and more trustworthy looks.

I hope it's helpful. As a site admin there will always be changes you'll want to make, or features to implent. So having atleast a basic understanding to write your own basic website is very helpful.

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@Tummy if you want help with your website, I'd be glad to assist you ^^

75% of what I say is sarcastic

 

So is the rest probably

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