Re: Advice for starting a website
I wrote back to your PM, but just so others are aware, I just use a simple program called jEdit to edit the website and I use Adobe Photoshop for the graphics. The most important thing though is the content and making sure that you know what direction what website is going to go in before you even start. Doing your research into what information is out there and using some of that, but trying to be unique as well is important. Even before you start and especially when the website goes live, there should be a decent amount of information and every section should have something in it so that you should that you're serious and that the website is going to hopefully move in a positive direction. You want the reader to feel like this is a website that they want to check up on as it grows. One that will help them and keep their interest. Like I said, before I even made the website, I had alot of information lined up, and I had talked to what disabled drummers I could find to get them on board. That way when the site went official I had a good foundation of varied information, but also things from other people, not just from myself, as the website wasn't supposed to be just about my participation.