Being a beginner in development of websites can be quite overwhelming especially with the perception that it is tough. There are a number of resources that an inexperienced site developer can make use of in order to design sites they can be proud off. There are various reasons why people in the web design industry often have to hone their skills is that the field develops on daily basis. As a beginner keeping up might be tough especially with the large volumes of books that are used in the actual training.
The best resource to use to learn the tricks needed to build websites is the internet. It may have lots of resources ranging from books to consultants but since the incorporation of digital media in the website it’s quite easy to receive training on development of websites. As a beginner the first thing to consider is a source of the website development videos, there are various sites that offer the videos and thus one should have information on the subjects to cover in the site development. Some of the areas as a website design beginner that one should look into include; HTML body attributes, hyper linking, HTML tables, web text and font, web graphics, website structure and how it works, using CSS and SSI and services such as Domain names, hosting and publishing.
The reason why one would want to develop a site should also be considered as a website designer since in some cases it determines the services and structure of the site. Having leant the basics it would be simple for a beginner to set up a simple site in which just a number of functionalities are operational. In advance courses the beginner might learn a few tricks such as using the web host’s control panel.
Though tutorial are a good resource for the beginner, it is also recommendable to use resources such as books to further sharpen their skills in website development. There are lots of free books that a designer can use, but the language used should be the major concern.
A wave of water splashing, photographed in profile against a white background.
This image is from the Creative Commons Stock Photography Collection – a special line of offbeat and unique commercial images created by Chris Nuzzaco, and offered via Flickr.
Strobist – Shot at a deep f/stop (f/8 or so if I remember right). One Adorama AC master/slave strobe on the white background, another from the front, off to the left threw diffusion (to give the water more texture).
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Learn how to make a website. This video goes step by step thru the process of creating a simple web page using HTML and CSS. This tutorial is based on XHTML version 1.0 and CSS 2.1.
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