I feel like it is the content that should count the most. I have not only seen that a number of times written by people with far more experience, but i have found that wasting my time playing with things that take a lot of work to learn have not paid off as much as my plain old common sense approach to the site: keep it going, nurture it, add to it, and fix it up all the time. The traffic will come. I read a lot of free materials about gaining traffic and when i get a good idea, I try to do at least some of it. That is what led me to e-zine. I read about submitting articles there as a way to get your site out, and i began to do that because it made sense to me.
The trick is to find a webhosting site that includes all the tools necessary for making a website of your own. When browsing the websites of these companies be sure to check to make sure that you will be given access to a ‘site builder’. The name may be different according to the hosting company, but the concept is still the same. What you will be looking for is a way to build pages without having to use any other software.
Ensure Web site scalability: Make sure your code and design is scalable. As technology advances and configuration of computers & their monitors keep increasing and varying it is impossible to test your site in all screen sizes and platforms.
There?s only one way to learn HTML, and that?s to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with some actual code. But fear not: HTML has one of the easiest learning curves you?ll ever come across and you can create a basic web page with only a couple of lines. Writing code by hand also ensures that you write the leanest code possible, which is the ultimate aim of all HTML geeks.
It’s something I’ve always wanted, my own website. Not for any particular reason, just to have a presence on the internet. Anyway I got my hands on a copy of an ebook that promised you could “create your own website by 3:45 this afternoon”. I read the eBook and it seemed simple enough, so i thought what the heck I’ll give it a go. So I put the eBook in a safe place and tried to designing a website from scratch without any more help. Oh and I forgot to say, without spending any money.
It’s Easy. Starting a blog is not only free in most cases, but it’s also easy and fast to create. If you don’t know a whole lot about html and don’t want to be bothered with all the web design software out there, then why not start a blog. You can have one up and running in no time. Then all you would have to do is add content. “But I can’t write”. Yes, you can!
These are the very questions that usually have everyone doubting themselves and turning to the web design companies. But let me show you just how easy it really is to have a great looking website in a matter of minutes.
Much depends on the type of website you want, and a small mini-site of half a dozen pages will be easier to build than a full content site of several dozen. There are certain elements of a website that you might think essential, while others are more optional. One of the essentials is a home page that catches the eye and the interest of a visitor, so that they do not leave immediately after they arrive.