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The Internet and the design of pages for Web Sites is not a difficult process. Despite what some of the so-called professionals will tell you!

Anyone, who has basic computer skills and can use a modern word-processor, such as Word 97, can create very professional-looking sites, that will fulfil all of the their needs.


However, there are certain things that you Should Always Do!

Or learn to do!


And others that you Should Not!


The list can seem formidable, but as with all good writing, when you create a Web Site, you should be economical with words, use those that your audience understand and keep everything as simple as possible.

In addition, don't go overboard with heavy graphics and wonderful new features, as you want your Web Site to be quick and visited many, many times, by people interested in you, your company or your organisation.