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Hi. I wasn't really ready to ask this question because I wanted to become a little more educated first, but it flows with the orignal poster's question. I'm brand new to this board, trying to determine if rank beginners were welcome. I think you're saying, yes, right?

A not-for-profit, historical organization I'm involved with wants to start a web site, but the person who is supposed to be looking into this hasn't been able to do anything in TWO years so quess who is going to try to look into it. I took an HTML course some years ago but never used it. From what I've been told, we would probably use a website that lets you build your own page. Would this be the way to go, and if so, will they walk me thru it or do I still have to become more proficient as has been recommended to the original poster. Naturally, cost is a factor since we're non profit, but we do have the money to spend a reasonable amount. Or should we have a professional do the design? And what might that cost? Many thanks.

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