You can use CMS for the web designing. It depends what kind of website you want to make.
For shopping website you can go for magento or zen cart,for social media website you can use Drupal CMS, but the most popular website are mostly developed in worpress, because its vey easy to manage a wordpress site.
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how to creat a website? in which site it is simple to creat ? i want to creat a site with chat,downloads,messages ect. please tell me
Although we will probably never know, I don't think this person is looking for programming info but for a quick fix and the best option for that is probably a self-hosted Wordpress site with plug-ins to handle "chat, downloads, messages" (any suggestions?)...
If you are looking for a freebie option, Blogger (as suggested previously) will get you set up quickly, but I don't know how far you could go in adding the features you want, plus they could pull the plug on the site at any moment, so it would be a false economy to invest time and effort in building something that you do not ultimately own.
You mentioned that you want a website with a chat and messaging function. That would require advanced levels of programming. I recommend you get someone to do the task for you rather than trying to get it done on your own. Mastering advanced programming like php takes a lot of time and practice. You could learn it, if your schedule permits it
Building a website is easy! Just use a CMS platforf like Wordpress. The difficult part if bringing in viewers i.e. traffic to tha website. That requires some knowledge of SEO. SEO i.e. Search Engine Optimization is the most vital step for a website to be able to do what it is supposed to do i.e. reach its audience. SEO helps a website be ranks high on Google Search engines for the targeted keywords which people search. Thus Google can earn you money and lots of traffic if you learn proper SEO techniques.
Creating website is really very easy,which is intresting too.The main languages to create a website is HTML,PHP where HTML is the client side scripting language and PHP is the server site scripting language.
These are good places to strat learning instead of the boring w3cschools etc.
Remember learning the ABC is necessary follow the order no shortcuts.
i Hope david this solves your problem and remember keep practicing.
Sorry @m/, if i reincarnated the thread but did anyone mention these useful resources, we are all stuck with w3c for training it sucks, these are one of the best for newbies. I did not reincarnate anything,i expressed what i felt was right and freedom of expression on this post is subjected only to senior posters then sorry i made a mistake of signing up on this post.Thanks for the treatment.
If you want create your own website then first reffer w3schools website which help you to get knowledge of HTML and CSS programming, then download Dreamweaver Software which helps you to create a better website
Download or purchase Adobe Dreamweaver software and install it on your computer, this software helps you to create a good website.and for more guidelines about html and css coding reffer w3school website.
If you are a totally rookie, you should study some basic knowledge in relevant books or some online education site, like w3cschools.
Here I'll offer you some basic steps of creating a website:
Find a Web Hosting Provider
Buy a Domain Name(URL) that people can find you.
Plan your website: site type, layout, content
Unload your website
Do SEO works for you website
Uninterrupted Maintain and renew your website
This thread is turning into a right royal pain in the neck. Nobody seems to have anything new to suggest. Could I suggest that would-be posters first have a look at the previous replies before repeating generally useless material found in 8 month old posts. ;)
@diafol, why not just close this thread? Most of the users here are saying w3schools anyways...
No real reason to at the mo. Perhaps somebody will ask a question or offer new references. I seriously doubt it, but there's a reason why we don't auto-close threads. I can't remember what it is though. There have been numerous discussions about thread resurrectors and auto-closing in the Feedback Forum.
w3schools is very useful for some things, so I wouldn't 'diss' it out of hand, but it's only 'one of' - I would like to see new posts containing links that haven't yet appeared in this article. I repeated a post once and got called a 'post whore' - I liked that, very funny.