A small social gathering place (shop) which sells food and drink.
It is normally Porn. UFOs also.
I quote "When god decided to give bowinkle the power to create bulliten boards"
How-to Run a website is a very difficult question that can very extremely.
It depends greatly on what kind of site you are running as well how good your own HTML/web-paging skills are.
If you are not a very experienced web-site designer, then I would suggest trying to use a site like Webs.com which allows you to control aspects of your site (like add guestbooks and create places to sell items) without you actually have to write and program the HTML/Java yourself.
The first thing you want to consider when starting your website is your audience. If you're setting up a site for children, then you most likely want lighter, fun colors. But if you are setting up a site with pictures of your favorite spiders, maybe some blacks and dark browns would better suit that.
Not only that, but if it's for kids or older people, you may want to consider user a larger size font that contrast greatly with the background so that it's easier to read.
Now truly, the purpose and size of your site is going to determine how much you really have to do to run it. If it's a small site on Webs.com, usually just getting on daily to make sure some havoc-wreaker hasn't spammed your guestbook is usually enough to keep it running.
I personally use to run my own wild-wolf RPG. My daily site-activities consisted of accepting new members and adding them to the database, updating territories when new members joined them, judging battles as well as interacting with the players on my site. It was an average size site with about 50 players at any given time.
Now if you're thinking about running something as big as WikiAnswers, you would need an entire design team and developing team just to keep things advancing and to fix any errors in coding (plus the supervisor teams and auto-bots). That kind of site takes hours of dedication and work a day from a LOT of people, not just one.
How-To Run a Website:1. Make sure that you have it well designed. You want to be able to attract people to your site. You don't want it so horribly colored that people are blinded when they open it.
2. Maintain the site in order. Make sure that you keep your guestbook cleaned and you get rid of any out-of-date information. If you are selling goods, take the item off the page as soon as it is sold so that you don't let people down when they want it you and you don't have it anymore.
3. Consider user's opinions. You want to make sure that you appease to the needs/wants of the Users as much as possible. It is those people who are going to either come back to your site again or tell people to never visit your site.
4. Be ACTIVE! This is one of the most important things. If you as a website owner are not active, your site is not going to be active. You can't just make a site and think it is going to take off on its own without and help.
5. Know some HTML. Having some knowledge of HTML is always nice when you are running your site. Even if you can't design your own page, knowing how to change the colors and how to put a table in if you need one is always nice and it makes things run a little smoother.