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Is it Difficult to Become a Webmaster?
Yes, it is.
Though "difficult" does not mean "impossible". In this section of my site I shall tell how I have "requalified for house manager" and what I have faced with on this way.
Visitors of my site probably understood that I have linguistic education. In other words, I have no fundamental knowledge the webmaster usually must have. So I had to study in the way of tries and mistakes.
Should notice, that I did not become a true web-designer, and probably never become:-)*. However I got enough knowledge to create and to run my own site. In general, there's nothing to be scared of. You must have a motivation, and the necessary result can be achieved - naturally if the result is extremely necessary.
All began from E-Mail. I had to get an e-mail address, and registered on a free e-mail and hosting server www.chat.ru. Mail is mail, but the bothering idea of megabytes laying without use periodically appeared.
Then surfing the Internet I had come across with rather popular "Practical HTML Guidebook" by Nikolay Chuvakhin, written simply and comprehensively. So I trained in writing small HTML-files - it has turned out. After that I has built some pages and uploaded them to my megabytes at http://www.chat.ru/~alemasov/.
Having started the site, I formally became a webmaster (almost the same as some office hire a person and call him an engineer).
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