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Hi, I got my first PC back in the 90's and was Intrigued when I got on the "World Wide Web" and found "Websites". I thought this was really cool and found the old "Right Click And View Source" trick and just started learning how HTML coding worked.
Not to long after that I registered my first domain name and made a site offering web design. I told my friends and pretty soon I had a few jobs making websites.
In 1998 I thought...People need to have a domain name to make a website people can find and I stumbled on a domain reseller program and started my domain company 123REG.COM and offered Domain Name Registration and Web Hosting.
I have had MANY THOUSANDS of domains registered through my site. In 2015 I sold 123REG.COM to a company in the UK and I now run 123REG.DIRECT and offer some great hosting plans as well as Domain Registration.
My Website design services DO NOT use pre-made "cookie cuter" templates that just get the logo and colors changed. I talk with every client and work with them to create a website that has the look, feel and functions they want.
Most of my clients choose to use the Joomla CMS system for the core of their website because it is a very versatile system that can be used for just about any kind of website and has a "back end" where they can make changes, add/edit content and have complete control of the site. And there are tons of documentation and tutorials that make it easy to learn how to use.
As far as E-Commerce sites I highly recommend Opencart because it is a very stable system and there are hundreds of free and paid "Mods" that increase the functionality available and they are easy to install. I have made MANY Opencart E-Commerce sites and most clients learn how to use the admin area to add categories and products/images and control the site within a week. And I am here to answer any questiond as needed.
Although I recommend the systems above I can set up a website with any program you choose including good old hand coded HTML.