Create Your Own Website in Minutes
How To Create a beautiful website by Yourself!
Wondering how to create a beautiful website without the help of a staff designer.
A website is a collection of related web pages containing texts, images, audio, and videos. The main or first page of a website is called a home page. Each website has a specific internet address (known as URL) to access your website in a web browser.
Website Builders and Packages
Wix – https://www.wix.com
Weebly – https://www.weebly.com/
Squarespace – https://www.squarespace.com
Jimdo – https://www.jimdo.com
The free plan comes with a free domain name (probably as a subdomain like www.yoursite.provider.com or as a subfolder like www.provider.com/yoursite/ ), shows advertisement, and limited storage space (like 500Mb or more). Premium plans offer more storage space (10GB or more), no advertisements from the providers, unlimited bandwidth, premium support, and more.
Static HTML Website
You can build a static HTML website with responsive design using free or paid templates. Static websites are the most basic type of website. It is easier to create than a dynamic website, as it is not required any Web programming or database design. A dynamic website is a collection of web pages whose content changes dynamically. The site accesses its content from a database or Content Management System (popularly known as CMS). When you update the content of the database, the content of the website is also altered or updated. you can create new content or update content easily in dynamic websites.
Blogging is started from personal weblogs, it’s like daily logs or diaries on the internet to update the latest posts. Blogs are regularly updated web content. The author updated it frequently and allow the readers to engage with the author and fellow readers in the form of blog comments and social media shares, likes, and follows. Websites are pages that appear on the internet contain information for people to check out. To know how to start a blog read our post on How to start a blog.
Content Management System (CMS)
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