Creating A Website For Your Business – 6 Different Methods
Last updated on May 30th, 2019. Posted in Business Tools & Services, HTML & CSS, Web Design For Online Business, WordPress.
Understanding the different ways to build a website is important when you're setting up your online business. But as I'm sure you know, with so many different web design methods and options, it can be confusing to sort through and figure out which tools are best. In today's video, you'll get a break down the 6 different ways to build a website and you'll discover which of these is the best suited for you and your online business. Let's get started!
Here are some additional links and resources mentioned in today's tutorial. Enjoy!
- If you'd like a much more detailed look at these six different ways to build a website, check out my full-length article, Which Of The 6 Different Ways To Build A Website Is Best For You?
- No matter which of the different methods for building your website you go with, having even a general understanding of HTML and CSS comes in very handy. If you'd like to learn more, I have a bunch of resources for you. Check out A Crash Course In HTML, Understanding How CSS Works, and How HTML And CSS Work Together. If you'd really like to dive into HTML & CSS, join me in the full-length course HTML5 & CSS3 Site Design.
- During today's video, I mention a few code editors to help you along with HTML and CSS. Which one you use really comes down to personal preference. Currently, I'm using Github's Atom, a simple, easy to use code editor. There's also Adobe Brackets, and Sublime Text. These and others are all great choices. And best of all, they're all free!
- If you'd like to know more about code editors and how they compare, take a look at my post, Code Editors For Small Business Website Owners.
- Both Dreamweaver and WordPress were mentioned in today's video. If you'd like to see how these two web design tools compare to one another, check out Which One, Dreamweaver Or WordPress?
- One of the different ways to build websites that we discussed was using a visual website builder. Specifically, I strongly recommend going with a self-hosted website builder. Builders like Adobe Muse, Pingendo, Bootstrap Studio, Mobirise, Blocs (Mac only), Macaw, and one of my personal favourites, Pinegrow are all great choices. Another fantastic visual website builder is Elementor, which functions as a WordPress plug-in.
- During today's video, I mention that there are just five different kinds of business websites you can build. Let's dig into this further in The Five Types Of Business Websites You Can Build.
Hope you enjoyed. See ya next time!