The following text box contains the html, javascript and css code necessary for a motorcycle or small engine technician to create a basic business website, and have an online presence. The webpage does not have all the bells and whistles found on larger websites, but I think it is a clean, and in my opinion, a professional looking webpage that will allow the technician's business to be found online. The webpage is styled to be easily viewed on both PC screens and mobile devices. All website photo's, icons and content were created by, and can be freely used by anyone. The person using the code only needs to change the title of the webpage, business name, phone number and email address, and the webpage is ready to use. All photo's and icons are hosted online at photobucket, and will not change or delete the photo's or icon's, so the user can leave the photo's and icon's the way they are and not worry about having them deleted or changed. Click here to view the example webpage


  • Place your mouse pointer over the text box and press the left mouse button, than right click and choose select all. For MAC user, place the mouse pointer over the text box and click the mouse, than press Command and 'A' at the same time on the keyboard to select all the text. Once all the text is selected, PC users right click the mouse button and choose copy, and MAC users press Command and 'C' at the same time on the keyboard.
  • Open your favorite text editor, like Notepad, and paste the text into the editor. Make sure Word Wrap is enabled in your text editor (In notepad Word Wrap is found under the Format menu). MAC users can use a program called TextEdit.
  • I inserted comments in the file that will provide you with instructions about what and how to edit the file. The comments are nested in between lines I created with the * symbol.
  • After your done editing the file, you will want to save the file as an html file. Most website hosts require the default webpage to be named index.html.
  • To save a file in Notepad, choose Save As.. under the file menu. In the "Save as Type" box, choose "All Files (*.*)", than type your file name and click save.
  • Once you have your saved file, your ready to upload the file to an online hosting company. There are several companies that offer free hosting. The website i chose to use is Web Hosting I chose this hosting company because they seemed more straight forward than the others, and it was fairly easy to setup. And there are no banner ads.
  • If you have questions or need help, than please visit online forum. You will also find instructions to help you configure your website to get your website up and running. Here is the link: For Help and for insturctions about how to configure website