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Article by Elijah James
























Learning how to create a website isn’t as simple as reading a couple of articles. You really have to purchase a book or visit a website dedicated to web design tutorials. You have to learn the basic HTML codes and move on to other web programming languages like JavaScript if you want to do more complicated things with your web design. If you really lack the time in going hands on a full web design course, this article should give you an overview in creating a website with the aid of a website design tool.

The first thing that you should do is find a good application that is dedicated for website designing. Although you can use your favorite word processor to code a website from scratch, you can build a basic website much faster if you have some kind of tool that presents a “What You See Is What You Get” or “WYSIWIG” interface. This way, you can design the website visually without worrying about codes.

If you are going to make multiple pages for a website, you can save a lot of time if you start with a template layout. Figure out where you want to put the navigation bar or menu and determine if your site needs a sidebar or extra column. Think of the ways you want to present your information and pick the way that lays out the information in an organized manner so you won’t confuse your readers. This step is easy to finish if the web design tool lets you pick from a number of basic templates to start with.

Now that you have the layout nailed down, all you have to do is fill every placeholder with information so the template transforms into a personalized website. Just make sure you save the blank template with your layout as a separate file so you can reuse that template whenever you need to make another page for your website.

Now that your site is near completion, you can check out the source code of your website by saving the website and loading it to your favorite web browser. Every web browser has a “source code” function so you can learn how each HTML code helped generate your site. Many web development programs let you see the source code as well. It is better if the program has a “Split View” option so you can see both the code and WYSIWIG view. Making changes to the WYSIWIG view will reflect on the code and vice-versa. Try to learn these codes so you can make some minor but helpful adjustments that can boost your site’s functionality. The more HTML codes you know, the more you can do to improve the look of your site.

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