Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Website Building for Beginners

Our own Sarah Dillon is speaking about the A to Z of creating a website this Wednesday. Best of all, it's aimed at linguists with little or no experience of website building.  Here's what she had to say about it over at her popular blog, There's Something About Translation:

Over the past few months, I’ve updated and revised everything I know about building websites. I’ll be using all of this as a basis for an online talk on website building, taking place on on 24 March 2011 and open to everyone, aimed at complete beginners to website creation.

Over the course of about an hour, I’ll walk through all the steps involved in creating and promoting a website, starting with the very basics. I won’t assume that you know what web hosting is, or how to FTP, or how to request a listing on Google. I’ll give advice on how to decide when to bring in a professional, and which elements you might want to have a bash at yourself. I’ll provide a detailed hand-out for you to refer to in your own time, and be available to answer questions in the live Q&A session afterwards.

If you’re new to freelancing, thinking of launching your own website, or want to re-launch an outdated website that someone else designed for you, this could be just what you need to help you on your way.

For more details and to register, see our eCPD event information.

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