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    Hi ! Thanks for sharing .............

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    Thanks for sharing all your thoughts guys these are good tips ...I'm sure this will be very helpful to those who wants to inter the world of webdesigning.Have a great day ahead !

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    hello
    The process of creating a website consists of an ordered series of steps that will transform your dream into reality. Those steps can be identified as follows:

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    Select a team to manage the development of your website- you'll need to identify some individual or representative group within your organization to make decisions about your website and also need to select a website designer for them to work with.


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    Identify the goals that your website is intended to serve.


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    Select an available domain name for your site and register it with an appropriate domain registry- you can check domain names for availability in the web hosting area of our website.


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    Choose a web host and contract with them to host your site on their web server- we offer web hosting services and may be able to meet your web hosting needs.


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    Determine the basic architecture and organization of your site- these should be selected to serve the intended purpose of the site.
    Thanks

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    Hi,

    Thanks for your valuable tips. A procedural approach in designing helps to make a successful web. But Most pf the designers do the Ad-hoc process while designing.
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    The difference between a web *designer* and a web *developer* is that - ideally - a web designer should need no knowledge of the intricacies of scripting and programming (or even CSS, for that matter, other than realizing what is and isn't possible).

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    There are many steps to design a website.
    1.Select a team to manage the development of your website
    2.Identify the goals that your website is intended to serve.
    3.Select an available domain name for your site and register it with an appropriate domain registry.
    4.Choose a web host and contract with them to host your site on their web server
    5.Determine the basic architecture and organization of your site
    6.Choose the design elements that control the look of your site
    7.Select a navigation system
    8.Determine the substantive content of your website
    9.Construct the website
    10.Publish the website
    11.Promote the website etc.
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    This is a very well defined discussion. Many of the guys have explained it with the good points and all the basics are mentioned above. Thanks for a useful discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolsmedia View Post
    This is a very well defined discussion. Many of the guys have explained it with the good points and all the basics are mentioned above. Thanks for a useful discussion.
    Hahaha! Some of these threads is like visiting a fortune teller or eating Chinese food with all the generic replies.

    This is a brilliant list! I use a great web design company (Moonrise Design) that has a team of experts that handle everything from the ground up. They weave social media elements into all the key pages and all the SEO related HTML elements are perfect from the get-go. The problem is that nothing they do is really FREE at all and quite often I don't have a budget for a site I'm working on and this list is like a holy grail of greatness.

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    thnaks Bob.
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    Dreamweaver is an excellent program but expect to pay about $400. If you want to just start practicing your graphic abilities I would recommend downloading a free program called Gimp. It is essentially a Photoshop knock-off but it is very strong, and the best part free.

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    Nice topics, this is one of the best way to designing and first we understand clear idea and requirements then plan to design and eay way to reach our design results....

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    Informative post. I am technical in web designing. beneficial to see such nice data referred to the Web Design here in this website.

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    Here 3 most common usability mistakes we see on business websites are such as:

    Mistake #1: Irrelevant Images/ Photos
    Mistake #2: Incorrect "Contact Us" Page Format
    Mistake #3: Lengthy Flash Introductions on the Home Page

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    HI Oracle, You give short and nice tips which is accurate.

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    A few things one should take into consideration when creating wireframes:

    * be sure to include all important elements that will be used (logo, navigation, content placement, images/video placement, login box, search, breadcrumbs, etc)
    * reference the flowchart which you created in Stage 1
    * donít use graphics Ė wireframes are meant to be bare-bones: boxes/circles/ovals which illustrate the placement of objects
    * only use text to label the elements, donít use body text (thats for the third stage)
    * focus on clean, well-organized, user-friendly layout; avoid cluttered layouts

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