For those of you who, like myself, are doing a web site by hand and plodding along, these are a few links to places that I have found to be handy. So I have a few kinds of links in these categories listed below. However, I have first given credit to a place that has helped me materially in the production of this web site, the Center for Studies in Creativity.
Credits ..... Site Development ..... Sites for Registering your URL ..... Patenting information resource
I would like to acknowledge the role that the Center for Studies in Creativity played in the creation of Creative Ideas. Here is a link to their page: Center for Studies in Creativity.
From Knut Gjersten, here is a quick, step by step set of directions to create a website.What differentiates it from other guides is the in-depth explanation of each step, combined with the opportunity of the normal quick guide: https://thewebsiteroad.com/website-ideas/
Robert Mening says he's quite sure that his guide will go more in-depth and actually focuses on the parts of setting up a blog that people get stuck on. He is a web developer & designer from Sweden, firstname.lastname@example.org - - http://websitesetup.org/create-blog/
This is a wonderful site that walks you through the steps to set up a blog using the intuitive "Word Press" resource. This is the link that takes you there: http://makeawebsitehub.com
The Goodies HTML Banner Primers is a good place for resources from the basics to Java Scripting. The site includes tutorials. And Ben's Planet is a guide to HTML tags, tables forms, Java, and more. Lightsphere is a good location for a variety of web site development tools, I used the 256 Color Picker there to match and coordinate colors.
If you would like to have a quick analysis of browser compatibility, loading time, dead links, link popularity, spelling check, and HTML design The Web Site Garage is a handy little place. The site allows for a free sample analysis of a smaller site, such as mine. Try it out, I have and it is wonderful for finding links both internal and external that do not work. You may want to go for the service they offer if you are developing a commercial site.
If you are looking for a site that can help make banners, this is it. It is what I used to make the ones on this site.
This is a site that will provide a detailed information of the META TAGS that are on your site, it is also a place to register your site and it is listed in the next section for that reason.
Sites for Registering your URL
This is a good site for listing with different search engines. What you find here is a series of pages each specific to a Search Engine. You fill out the boxes and click to submit your site to that engine. It is lengthy, but then, you can list with many engines here.
This site has a few additional features that are offered for a cost, you may think they are worth your while.
Patenting Information Resource
I want to let you know about a free patent searching site, www.FreePatentsOnline.com. I am letting the inventing community know about it. The site has more data and features than the USPTO or any other free site, so I hope it will be of use to you. James.
Also is you want an overview of those accredited with changing the world through creative ideas, meaning inventions consider this website: http://www.marcaria.com/inventors-that-changed-the-world.asp
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