Do it yourself
If you're not afraid to dive into website development, there are lots of resources to help you.
Ask a hundred web developers how they create web pages and you're likely to get a hundred different answers. The most important thing to remember is that there is nothing magical about HTML. It all comes down to a simple text file. You can even use your word processing software.
For a list of HTML editing tools, try Yahoo
The U.S. Government's web portal, http://firstgov.gov/, hosts a library of pictures and graphics:
Use the Web Clinic Wizard
Download the latest version of the software from HUD's website:
No matter how you initially create your site, you should write down your standards and conventions. This will help you with future updates, and also serve as a guide to anyone who works on your website in the future. At a minimum, document basics such as the size, typeface and color of font you use on your site. It is also helpful to develop a sample template that you can give to people, so they can "fill in the blanks" when creating a new page.
If you decide to create your own pages, we offer help on how your pages should look: