New Website Enables Internet Users to Create a Website in One Hour

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HTML.net allows people with no computer training to create their own websites in one hour.

Our first priority is to make it as easy and fun as possible. But at the same time we want people to learn how to make websites the right way

A new website enables Internet users with no prior programming experience to create their own website in one hour. HTML.net provides simple and straightforward instructions regarding website design and development. The new site is a useful tool for anyone working with web design - either as a hobby or as a profession.

“People often think that they need expensive software to make websites,” says co-founder of HTML.net, Andreas Astrup. “But we teach people how to do it the right way, absolutely free.”

The aim of HTML.net is to provide an easy, thorough and factual introduction to website creation at no cost to visitors. The tutorials start from scratch and enable users to customize personal web pages without any prior knowledge of computer programming.

“Our first priority is to make it as easy and fun as possible. But at the same time we want people to learn how to make websites the right way,” says Andreas Astrup.

The name of the new website is a reference to the so-called HTML language, which is the fundamental building block of the Internet. All websites are constructed using HTML code, a format that tells a computer how to display a web page. At HTML.net visitors learn what HTML is and how to use it to bring together text, pictures, sounds and links in one place.

The team behind the new website is three senior experts with significant experience with HTML and web design.

“It is our aim to make HTML.net a useful tool for everyone working with web design.“

The new website can be found at: http://www.html.net
Logo: http://www.html.net/logo.png
Picture of Andreas Astrup: http://www.html.net/andreas.jpg
For further information please contact info@html.net

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