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Thread: How to make website?
04-15-2012, 12:04 PM #1
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How to make website?
First of all, you can tell the school web pages produced by a friend. Learning to create web pages and learn other knowledge, is to have a foundation. The basis of learning will be easier and faster. Secondly, we must clearly learn what it is used.
Recommended that you have to have the conditions: the computer proficiency in the use of computers preferably more than one year, interested in design web pages, more adequate time for learning, familiar with office software. Of course, these are not necessarily required.
First stage: the beginning it is best to learn web editing software, such as: FrontPage, Dreamweaver. This can make you a better understanding of web production and operation principle. Best to take this tutorial to learn, combined with tutorial learning edge production.
Phase 3: with your own grasp of local knowledge to develop the site can be developed to give you the definition of the target site. At this point, you become a real web developers.We can make simple Apparel or other web like above tips.
How to create web pages, not able to say clearly that one or two articles. Described above is to produce the main outlines of the page, and want to be able to give friends who want to learn how to make page one reference. .
05-10-2012, 09:47 AM #2
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Building a Great Web Design Portfolio – 10 Best Tips & Examples
1. Have a clear logo and tagline
Your logo is your brand; your tagline is who you are. In the short-attention-span internet age, you need to be able to capture attention and answer the question “why?” very quickly. Otherwise, the visitor will click the back button very quickly. Your portfolio is not exempt from this.
By having a clear logo and tagline, a potential client will quickly see who you are (your name is in the logo, and the style of the logo will give a sense of your design style) and what you do (the short description you offer in your tagline).
Make the logo representative of your design style, and make the tagline short and descriptive of the value you can give to a potential client. Remember: quickly answer the question “why?” or the visitor will bounce outta there quicker than, um, a really bouncy ball.
2. Make it easy to contact you
What’s the ultimate point of making a portfolio? To get clients – and get paid. The easier you make it for a visitor—a prospective client—to be able to contact you, the greater the chance you’ll end up getting his or her work – and get paid.
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