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Building A Home Page
Anyone that has ever built a home page knows that it isn't that difficult. All you need are the right tools and add-ons. Most sites that provide a clean one have editors you can use for free. They're easy to use, and you don't usually have to deal with code, unless you want to add copy and paste code.  If you want to go beyond the basic features most page editors provide, you're going to have to learn a little about HTML and JAVA coding, or at least know how to get, and paste it onto your home page. Think about it. The home page is free, the software is free, and the add-ons cost nothing. You don't have to spend a dime, so why not give it a try? The instructions below will help you get started on your first one.
The first featured link in the list takes you to a site that; offers free HTML, and JAVA code training. If you are already comfortable with code, you can use the Web Masters site as a reference source. If you know nothing about these two languages, this is a good place to start. They aren't as difficult to learn as you might imagine. The animated gifts link will take you to a place where you can get some really cool animated graphics for free.
W3schools
The Geocities link below will take you to get a free page from Yahoo. The other two links feature free animated graphics, or Gifs as they are called. I got the ones I used on these page from places like them. There are millions of good hearted people willing to help you for free on the Web. This site, which was once a simple page, wasn't built without the help of others. Any number of free sites lent me a helping hand with code and links. Therefore there is nothing to join, and I don't want your E-mail address either. You can show your appreciation by tell others about the site, and by exploiting the power that has now fallen into your hands. Pass the torch, and keep the tradition of contributing your efforts to help yourself, and others alive!
Media Builder
Gifs Network
Many have tried, but few succeed in finding the free movies available through public domain. You need look no further. Once again my search platform has done a miracle and found them for us. The sites listed below charge nothing for the many older movies they let you download for free. If you've spent your time at dead-head sites blogging, and chatting I feel sorry for you. I've been watching some really great flicks. They are often better written, acted, and directed than the absolute garbage they call entertainment today. We discuss each link as you go along. Not all are perfect and you'll need a good download manager. If you don't have one here is the link to get a free one.

Free Download Manager
Archive Organization
Imovies.Blogspot
Now that we've taken care of business, it's time to have some fun! Here's a grab bag of download links and free stuff for you to try. Remember that certain sites attach spyware and some demos are limited free trials, so be careful. To qualify as a great free software hunter you need to have a nose for games that don't expire, are spyware free, and nagware free. This isn't as simple as it sounds, but after a while, you'll get the feel for picking great programs that will keep running indefinately. Here is a link that will help you will tracking. The Go get it button will launch Mega Spider, a powerful Game search engine.
Cnet
Zdnet

Mcafee
File planet Gamegrunt Nzone Gameborder Gamedaily
Free Banners Flash player Cursor Mania Atomic lock FTP software

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