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    What does it take to have a website?
    $$$
    Provider
    2008-10-19
    Domain name
    (per year)
    Web Hosting
    (per month)
    GoDaddy$10(no ssh)
    Westhost-$7, 15gig, 0.35tb
    Velcom-$5, 500gig, 3.5tb
    These prices assume:
    Web Hosting: UNIX, ssh, Perl/CGI, PHP, mySQL
    Domain Name: New registration, .COM.
    Prices depend on prepaid duration usually 1-2 years.

    Provider
    2005-01-17
    Domain name
    (per year)
    Web Hosting
    (per month)
    GoDaddy$7.20$3.95/500mb $9.95/2gig
    DomainSite$7.77X
    VelcomX$9.95, 850mb
    OMNIS$7.95$8.95/1gig
    These prices assume:
    Web Hosting: UNIX based; shown are highest (mb) quotas, except for Velcom which is lowest
    Domain Name: New registration. Transferring registration costs less.
    Prices are lower for less quota, and if reserving Domain Name for more than 1 year.

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    2003-10-06
    Domain name
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    GoDaddy$8.95$8.95, 150mb
    DomainSite$9.99$10, 100mb
    VelcomX$7.95-$9.95, 550mb
    OMNIS$7.95$26.95, 200mb
    As of 2003-10-06 I am paying $9/year for NAME at goDaddy (not because it's cheapest but because of managing all websites together), and $10/month for 550mb at Velcom.

    On 2002-12-31 I was paying $9/year for NAME at goDaddy, and $17 for 100MB at OMNIS.com (it was $7/month for 50MB). Prices go up and down, even with same company... depending on their choice.


    Content
    You'll need something to put on your website - you're on your own

    Creating webpages
    you need Website Software like Dreamweaver or Adobe GoLive. Sometimes Notepad is enough, but then you have to understand HTML (the language of websites). I prefer to play with HTML, aligning things is better that way. Automatically generated HTML is usually messy looking and messy to edit.

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    On his website, Dan Heller has a lot of advice for website stuff as well as picture formatting, making slideshows. He has about 60,000pictures online. He has advice on photography too.

    If you see a webpage you like, you can "View Source", a feature of Internet Explorer or Netscape. That will show you how much HTML work went into it. Some of this HTML is created by the author directly, some is automatically generated, and some is generated "a few seconds ago" from things like CGI/Perl scripts.


     
    Pictures
    1. First you take pictures. You take your time.. then you learn to take more time.. The pictures show how much time and thought was put into them. And if you have a vision before taking the picture, then you have groundwork for memorable pictures.

    2. Then you have pictures developed at a GOOD place. Your local pharmacy is not a good place. The colors and life of a picture all come from developing. A professional developing place will do a much better job, and instead of $6/roll you'll spend $12/roll (2002 price in Phoenix, Arizona).

    3. For websites, you need to scan pictures. The best thing is to scan the original, the negative or the slide. But you can scan photographs directly. That's what i do, but i would really prefer to be scanning with Polaroid SprintScan 4000 Plus. It is a 4000DPI slide/negative scanner with Dmax=4.2 -- ( $1200 at BHPhotoVideo & $1200 at PCMall ).
      That scanner scans at 4000 dots per inch. Dmax=4.2 is about the highest number for table scanners. It is a measure of the difference between light and dark elements of the image. It does make a difference. It brings out the details in shadows and makes things clear and crisp and lifelike. It makes images sweet (assuming the original was sweet). Dan Heller uses that scanner, and it shows.

    4. After scanning you need to save the pictures in 2 sizes, a thumbnail picture and a big picture. These pictures should be in JPG format. All JPGs are not the same. JPG is not a perfect representation of the original, there is always "loss". The smaller the loss, the bigger the file.
    ok, the rest you can lookup at Dan's website ;)
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