It’s been a while since I built a website from scratch. As the law professor I worked for at ASU was leaving, she said, “Oh, by the way, my publisher says I need a website. Call and find out what they had in mind and take care of that for me. Bye.” This was in the early nineties and GUI interface was a new thing. I didn’t have a clue. But fortunately, I did have the Law College’s IT guy—a Computer Science student-worker who was staying for the summer. I referred to him then, and now and forever, as my “IT angel.” And it came to be I built a website, and it was good.
Twenty-five years later … wait, why did I come out to the kitchen? Where are my glasses? I’m running out of toilet paper, but it’s been a week and I still can’t find my car keys. You get the picture. And, if you don’t, you will. Bhaa-ha-ha-ha! While I figure out what it is I’m doing and where I am, if you’re building a website and you don’t have a clue:
How to Make / Create a Website: The Beginner’s A-Z Guide
Learn how to design and start your own website with this article, written in plain English, for the complete beginner.
They call themselves “wizards.” I call them “angels.” Tomato—tomahto; the information is free, but follow your conscience and make a donation. This site is invaluable!