Visitor # 500
There are numerous choices when it comes to building web sites. One of
the first choices you will have to make is whether to use an online or
offline site builder.
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There are numerous choices when it comes to building web sites. One of the first
choices you will have to make is whether to use an online or offline site builder.
Site builders can be divided into two categories, online and offline. An online site
builder creates a web site with web forms over the Internet. With an online site builder,
there is no need to install any special software. You only need an Internet browser.
An offline site builder is a program that you install on a computer from a disc or a
download. This type of site builder requires that a site is first built on the computer
with the software, then uploaded, often with a separate piece of software.
Location, Location, Location
A good online site builder has several advantages over an offline site builder. For
starters, and online site builder is always there regardless of where you are accessing
the Internet. You can easily work with it from home, the office or on the road. With an
offline builder, you need to be on the Internet, have the builder software installed and
usually have a separate FTP program installed. From this perspective, an online site
builder is clearly the better choice.
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In selecting a builder, one should keep in mind the number of people who will be
working on the site. If there are more than two, chaos can ensue with an offline
builder. Building a site requires some tedious work. Nothing is more frustrating than
uploading changes only to discover you were updating a version of the page that
subsequently has been updated by others working on the site. Many a new cussword
has been created in such instances.
An online site builder almost always allows for multiple users and, by definition,
always contains the updated version of pages. This simple