“Creating a website is hard!”
You’ve probably said this to yourself after attempting to create one for yourself and found out that the instructions you were following weren’t thorough.
The DIY Webpage Remodeling Method will walk you through the process of modifying the five areas of a simple HTML and CSS template so you’ll be able to create and modify one for your own site.
After writing my article, What is HTML – Understanding the Content Layer of a Webpage, I realized that there needed to be some explanation of how the HTML document is organized so that you can absorb as much knowledge as possible on how to code your site effectively.
Below is an infographic explaining the components of an HTML document with some HTML tags sprinkled about. Take a moment to go through it and let me know in the comments if you have any questions on it.
Have you ever visited a webpage and immediately clicked away because the design and layout made you go blind? There are thousands of sites out there that have great content and helpful information but because the structure and color scheme are poor, many potential customers walk away and go to their competitors since they have a stronger grasp on visual appeal, as well as high quality content.