Creating Professional website easily and quickly
by toptenhostings, Window Shopper
- Created: December 7, 2012, 5:27 am
- Updated: September 10, 2013, 1:36 pm
Creating a website is not difficult at all. In fact, it’s rather easy, when you think about it. There was a time when you had to know HTML and some programming before you could make a website that was half way decent. Putting shopping carts on your site and a means by which customers could pay by credit card, often called for you to obtain expert help. However, today things have changed dramatically and with them the difficulty involved in developing a business website. Let me show you why. The introduction of blogging platforms and software like Word Press, has made it possible for one to put up a highly professional looking web site in a matter of minutes. Word Press offers you a wide variety of site designs or themes that you can use to quickly create the overall look and feel of your site. Simply choose the design that matches the way you want your site to look and your almost done. In addition to this, the designs, themselves, are highly adjustable. Most give you the ability to change the color of your site design, the size and types of fonts, its header, etc. In short, you’re provided the ability to create a site that is uniquely yours and reflects the image you want to present to your customers and the world. Likewise, Word Press also offers you the ability to use plugins with your site. What are Plugins? They are tiny programs that gives your site additional functions. For instance, plugins give you the ability to add a shopping cart to your site, google analytics, sitemaps, contact forms, video, music, etc. In short, they give you the ability to develop a truly professional site in terms of look and its ability to engage your visitors. Along with this, Word Press tends to be stable across most platforms. This means that it’s themes or web site designs tend to maintain their look and functioning abilities from web browser to web browser. This, however, is not always the case with websites that have been created using web site creation software like front page
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