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Introduction to creating web pages

Are you thinking about creating Web pages? This section will outline some important considerations.

HTML CODING- Create good knowledge about Html Coding.
Because you  can develop a web page easily using any web page Designing Software like Dreamwaver etc , but when you need to edit a web page for advance you need knowledge of HTML Coding.
Plan Web Pages
Planning is essential for creating a Web site, whether your site consists of one page or many.
Decide what you want to accomplish with your Web pages. Decide on a main topic or theme for your Web pages.

Gather Information
Collect the information you want to include on your Web pages, such as text, images etc.

Organize information
Divide the information you gathered into sections. Each section should be a seperate Web page.

Home Page
The home page is the main page in a Web site. The home page is usually the first page people see when they visit a website. Always include a brief summary of your Web pages on the home page.
Your home page should include a table of contents that lists the information contained in your web site. You should include links that allow readers to quickly access information of interest.

1. Study other web sites.
Before you start creating your Web Pages take a close look at some of your favorite web sites. Determine what you like about them and consider how you can use these ideas on your pages.

2. Put important information first
Always display the most important information at the top of each page. Some users will not scroll through a web page to read all the information.

3. Transfer speed
When creating your pages, try to keep the file size of the pages and images as small as possible. This will speed up the display of your web pages by reducing the time it takes for the information to transfer from the server to the browser.
4. Test your web site in different browsers.
Sometimes when a page looks good in one browser it might not be displayed the same in other browser.
Use imagery and icons to communicate when possible
There are some universal icons that people are trained to respond to. The magnifying glass (search), the house (home page) and floppy disk (save) are ingrained into your users already. Take advantage of those visual shortcuts; all those road signs should be immediately recognizable to you.
Focus on the function of your website
Is your site meant to inform? To sell your products? To encourage visitors to try your service?
If your startup involves selling products online, you'll need a software solution designed for e-commerce like Shopify, Magento, OpenCart or WooCommerce (just to name a few). If your site involves just information, consider using WordPress or a similar open-source content management system like Drupal to get your site up and running.
Whatever functionality you need, make sure you build your site around its core, don't crowbar it in afterwards.
Incorporate your brand
You know that your brand is your business "identity." You also know that brand awareness is key to business success. But if you're limiting your company brand to a logo in the corner of your homepage,

Webpage Design-
At the heart of web page design is a computer language called "HTML". Although many new languages and technologies are superseding HTML, it still forms the foundation of virtually all websites
A web page is an "HTML Document". This is a file format which usually uses the extension ".html" or ".htm". For example, if you use Microsoft Word, you will usually save your files with the extension ".doc". However you can also save your files with many other extensions such as ".txt", ".wps" etc. Amongst the options is ".html".
HTML documents are actually just plain text, but contain snippets of code which carry vital information about how the page should be displayed. You can create such a document using any text editor - even a very simple one like Windows Notepad. In fact many web designers prefer to use simple text editors.

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