A Website is an organized
set of pages and files which may be viewed over the
Some Websites are an
online presence for an established business
which already has a physical store or office.
Many Websites today are the business itself.
Your Website may be one page
thousands of pages. Typically a Website starts
out with about a dozen pages and gradually
expands over time. A successful Website is constantly growing
and changing. One of the advantages of a Website
versus a flyer, printed catalog or magazine is that
the Website may be updated at any time
and your audience sees the changes immediately.
This Basic Introduction
is Not a technical course in Website Development nor
will it cover all types of Websites. This is a course for non-geeks who need a
professional Website for a business or organization
which they want to promote over the Internet.
You are going to hire or have already hired someone
to develop your Website.
This course will
teach you the basics you will need to understand
the non-technical aspects of what your Web
Developer will be doing and to
intelligently convey to her or him what you want
to accomplish with your Website.
In this course you
- the non-technical
basics of how a Website is set up
- what makes a Website
- simple techniques to
market your Website
If you are comfortable
writing a letter in Microsoft Word, Corel
WordPerfect or similar word processor, know how to
use a keyboard and mouse or trackball you have
qualified for entry into this course.
If you have any questions
at any time about any of the material covered or
would like to suggest topics for future lessons,
simply click here and send your question. You will usually receive a
reply within 24 hours.
What is a Web