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I created the “Non Technical Guide to Web Design”. See Below for a copy.
One thing is clear, by the year 2010, everyone on the planet will own an iPod, Netbook and have their own WebSite. Many people would lead you to believe that creating a web page should is difficult and should only be done by trained professionals. Granted if you are in need of an e-commerce site, you should go with a professional. Creating your own personal WebSite is quite easy and fun.
Ok, so I managed to sell you on creating a personal WebSite (I hope that is why you are still reading this at least), but how do you get started. Do you need to grab your lucky rabbits foot, sing a chant or do a rain dance? The Answer is NO! In fact designing a website can be done in 6 simple (non technical) steps.
Step 1 : Plan
Before you design a website, you should consider the following question – What is the purpose of your site and out of the billions of other sites, why would visitors visit yours?
Step 2 : Choose a name
This is the step where you choose your domain name, This could be a sub-domain (somedomain.yourhost.com) or a Top Level Domain or TLD (yourdomain.com). You should choose a name that is short, catchy and matches your site’s purpose. Top Level Domains cost on average of $10.00 per year while Sub-Domains are often free.
Step 3 : Choose a host
There are thousands of web hosts out there. You need to decide if you are going to use one of the free hosts or a fully paid web host. While free hosts are often the best option for those who want to create their first personal WebSites, they have some serious drawbacks. Free Web Hosts often limit their users ability to run Server Side Scripts (CGI/PHP) and/or place ads on the users site.
Paid Hosts allow Server Side Scripting, personal e-mail addresses, databases and most of them even give you a free Top Level Domain with a yearly purchase. This is definitely the option to choose if you are going to make a larger site that may become popular. You can check out http://Host-Wiki.com for a list of a few paid hosts.
Step 4 : Blue-Print
Now is the time to start designing, on paper of course. If you are using a pre-designed site template or CMS, this should be easy for you. You should start by drawing a map of your page structure and what each of the main portions of your site should contain. If you are using a CMS, you should take the time and install the CMS to see how it works from the backend, This should help your Blue-Print. Remember you are not adding online content just yet. Also remember to keep your site design simple to navigate and easy on the eye, Yellow text on a hot pink background is NOT a good idea.
Step 5 : Commit Your Site
We are finally on the step where we create and launch the web site!!! Now is when you combine all of the steps that you have done above to put together your first site. Please remember, sites should contain a lot of text, search engines LOVE this. Generally for this step, you will need an FTP Client (such as FileZilla) or you will use your Web Hosts control panel. If you are designing your site from scratch, without using a CMS, you will need to learn HTML (or even better PHP). You will also want to start passing on links to your site at the end of this.
Step 6 : Maintain Your Site
This is the step that is often missed on most sites. What is the point of reading a news paper that is 3 years old. WebSites should be Dynamic and current. You should remove old content from your site, or move it to an archive page. By constantly adding new content, you give your users a reason to come back on a regular basis. At K-Disk.com we have recently adopted a new policy, We will add at least 1-3 new pages to our site every week and we will move all outdated pages to our archive page.
We hope you find this non technical write up useful and we also hope that it helps you create your own sites. Good Luck future web masters of the world!!!
This posting was written by Keith Myers, the owner of http://K-Disk.com. You are entitled to share, copy and re-post this posting as long as the ENTIRE posting is copied and the entire footer is left in tact. You must also link to the source directly at http://k-disk.com/home/page.php?page=NonTechnicalGuideToWebDesign
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First you will need a host (there are loads of free website hosts, many offer site templates or site builder tools).
Second you will need some software to edit or build your site from scratch. Microsoft Word even creates web pages (although the coding is very bad, but for your first site, don’t let that bother you).
You can get free html editing software which have WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) work views which make it easy for a novice to create a page. There’s a list of some software here to get you started:
While you’re desigining in WYSIWYG mode, keep switching over the html view to look at the markup (code). You’ll soon start to understand how html works, it’s very easy to pick up. The about.com site has good tutorials to help you learn html.
You’ll probably also need some kind of graphics program to edit your images for the web. If you put lots of pictures with large file sizes on your site, your visitors will soon get sick of waiting for your pages to load and just leave. Again there are plenty of free image editing programs you can find on google. There are even online image editors for resizing your pics.
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If you want create website with you own creativity, so you can learn web design courses from online/class room. Otherwise you need to contact any web hosting agent/person.
For online learning web design courses w3schools.com helpful. If you learning online course you know the web design courses HTML, CSS, Java Script…etc. For creating web site first domain name registration and purchase the space in server from any web hosting service.
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You can create it your self with dreamweaver then use http://www.000webhost.com/316543.html to host the site, and if you want go here http://www.freedomain.co.nr to get your on domain for free as well.
Or what you can do is use webs.com they have a website builder which is quite easy to use and it is free but is somewhat unreliable. with the webs site you can still use the freedomain address to get a domain name.
the freatures of 000webhost.com are:
*** 1500 MB of disk space
*** 100 GB of data transfer
*** PHP and MySQL support with no restrictions
*** cPanel control panel
*** Website Builder
*** Absolutely no advertising!
hope this helps
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