Okay... I've asked a bunch of questions here and other forums with only 1 reply. I've wasted 2 months of solid work trying to build a website for myself. I'm not retarded (no offense). I simply am not getting much help and of all the hundreds of websites I've visited none have provided me with the info I need to get started. A lot of good info, yes, but I haven't learned how to use it in practice. I am a videographer who wants to put his content online. I've spent weeks researching and outputting various video files of projects I've made. It seems the second I finish an output I learn of a "better way" to do it. It's been tedious and a huge waste of time. I simply need to know the best way to do it all up front----BUT I don't want advice on that because you'll go off on "well, it depends what you want to do." As helpful as you're trying to be I've heard it 100x and it's not helpful. Let's say I want to make Flash videos. Now what language do I have to learn to build a page that can use that? This past week I went back to focusing on iWeb. After about 100 hours of work I'm still trying to get my 1ST page to work properly. QuickTimes "export for web" setting is immensely complicated for a beginner like myself. I don't know HTML. All the code I've been told to do has either been contradictory to what others said or just didn't work. Right now I need to take a deep breath and LEARN one of these languages. For example...... What language does iWeb use? I would like to learn that one. Or is there another one I should learn. Learning web design is like waking up in the emergency room with a nurse handing you a scalpel and an open skull laying in front of you. I'm sure it's easy when I learn it--- but I don't even know how to hold the scalpel.