Does anyone know how to design your own professional website

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I would really want to make my own professional free template but I'm not sure how to? does anyone?
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what kind of template do you want to make? Wordpress, Joomla, HTML website, Flash?
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You need to know CSS, HTML and maybe other languages which may be optional in your case.
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yeah i agree you need to know at least html and css would help alot,

what i would do is think about where i'm going to put everything E.G navigation ect. maybe look at some sites to get ideas
once i got that then i add colours and images into it (as you want it to be your own you could create your own images in photoshop or any image edting software) then i'ld maybe use javascript or php to add my touch to it
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you want a template website, you should buy one, if you want your own website in simple html, learn html/dreamweaver, if you want a CMS, use blogger.com ;)
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Quite a few of here know how to create professional web templates. Are you looking for assistance, tutorials, or what?
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To customize a template you have to know your way around HTML and CSS. For example, to change the color of the template, most likely you will need to alter the color hex code in one of the CSS rules.

To swap out an image (such as a place holder logo with your own logo), you need to search for the "img" tag and alter the "src" tag.

Typically, a designer would make these type of alternations in Dreamweaver. However, one can use the bare minimum tool would be to use "Notepad" (but it would not have the productivity enhancement features that Dreamweaver has that would aid the designer in these tasks.)
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I don't think HTML and CSS are enough.. For a professional Website you should at least know about php language...

The language might be tough though... but worth it if you are serious ...
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chenguo wrote:
I don't think HTML and CSS are enough.. For a professional Website you should at least know about php language...

Unless the site isn't written in PHP, in which case knowing PHP wouldn't really help much. :?
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spork wrote:
Unless the site isn't written in PHP, in which case knowing PHP wouldn't really help much. :?


Haha.. it is true in some way though... Php is indeed complex...
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I would imagine a few years hard studying and you will fully understand all processes

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