"set up a web site?"
In regards t what? The server, the file system, the format (html, css, ?)
The question is too broad to answer as posted,, sorry
The question has to do with the process of setting up a web site Borsia. As you know there are many steps, perhaps you can give input on the steps involved in setting up a web site, I am sure, you have valuable input. Thank you for your question.
Start by finding a name that you like and that isn't taken. Go to www.godaddy.com and start entering possible names in their search. Be prepared to find your chosen names already gone and be flexible. Stick with a .com if you can for widest appeal.
The first thing you need to do is to get yourself a domain name. This will be the name of your website, Next is to find a company to host your website on the internet. Now you're ready to design and build your website.
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