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I know absolutely nothing about webpage design or how it all operates. I am running a program called DAQFactory from Azeotech, and in this program it can act as a web server. I need to make a website so that I can display several pages from this program wherever I may be in a "Real Time" version. Where can I find a, simple to use, way of building this page and getting the page(s) hosted. Thank you for all of your help.
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Hi there:

Welcome aboard. There are many softwares available out there that would just allow you to design websites by dragging and dropping things in there and building the website in a "graphic" mode. If you want to learn the finer nuances of web design - then i suggest u learn HTML basics, this will give you a deeper understanding of how the web actually works. There are plenty of sites available out there that have tut orials and you can also do a google search and am sure plenty of stuff will come up. There are also plenty of books out there and if u are interested let me know - i can tell u the names of a few that are very useful.

Also try and procure a copy of Macromedia DreamWeaver MX - which lets yu edit in both design and code view

hope this helps

Cheers and good luck
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