So I have a new goal for Nineteen-Ninety-Something. Instead of trying to sell it to a syndicate, I’m gonna go the self-publish route. My ideal goal is to have a website for it up and running by January. But there’s a hurdle I have to get over first – I have no website-running experience of my own.
I don’t want to use a site like SmackJeeves or anything like that where a million other people post their comics, because I’m more likely to get lost in the shuffle in a place like that. I want my own independent site, ideally one where people can leave comments and stuff. And also one where I can schedule the strips to update automatically, so I won’t have to worry about posting every day (I have a day job, after all). But I have no knowledge of writing HTML or anything like that, so I’d have to use a template or something. There’s a lot of folks around here who have their own webcomic sites – does anyone have any advice on what I should do?