Well I don't know if you are checking back after a week Dee, but I thought this was a question that should be answered.
I don't think growing strawberries in baskets is much different than growing them in the ground. They need good rich soil a sunny spot and regular watering. The regular watering will be more important in pots. Sounds like you have a sunny spot. The only possible caution would be that if pots are placed or hung too close to lighting, the strawberries bloom cycle could be disturbed. Strawberries have small root systems so they fit well in those "strawberry pots" that one sees at nurseries and in catalogs - kind of a vertical planter with lots of planting holes - It is a space-saving planter and allows light to the plants at the base.
Strawberries can be June bearing, everbearing or dayneutral (see the link for description). If you are only growing a few pots you will probably want everbearing or dayneutral, rather than to have just one big flush of fruit in the spring. I would choose several varieties for, well variety.
Plant in early spring.
Here is a link to basic care info: