...I am currently not taking on new web design clients.
If you are looking for a reliable, experienced web designer with extensive experience in search engine optimisation, please contact me and I may be able to recommend someone.
If you already have your own web site and would like to be able to update it yourself, see below for information about:
For day-to-day maintenance and updates, you may like to use Adobe Contribute. This reasonably priced software is an easy-to-use way to update your website yourself, whenever you wish, without any knowledge of HTML code, etc.. Read about it and buy it from Amazon.
If you have photographs which you've taken with a digital camera and you would like to put them on your web site, they need to be prepared first. If the photographs have been taken with the camera set to a high resolution, they will probably be much too large (too many pixels in width and too many pixels in height) to fit onto the web page and too big to fit on the screen. They need to be resized or downsampled to make a smaller version suitable for the web. This will also make their file size smaller and make them load faster on the web page - which is much friendlier for people visiting your web site. Not everybody is on fast broadband, even nowadays!
You may already have some photo editing software that came with your camera. If not, I can highly recommend Picasa. This free download from Google is really fab and makes it very easy for you to upload photos to a free web album to share with family and friends only (private web album) or a public web album to share with the world!
Download for free below: