Hopefully, this overview of our in-house development process can show you a clear picture of the major steps involved in creating your own Web sites. The only real way to develop a Web site is to do it several times. After you've done things the hard way, you'll probably try to employ as many time- and energy-saving techniques as possible. If you think of anything that we didn't mention, please drop us a message. We think all good Webmasters are smart and lazy, so any workable shortcut is a good thing.
To see the results of our work, visit our Web pages and follow the numerous links to our other sites:
You can find links to our other sites listed in our book detail pages and in our training pages. Please share your feedback with us; we'd like to have you on our team!
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