Introduction to Web development beginner series

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Well, just as things we stand for states, this is one of the long waited tutorials on our site. Even me I've to say I'm excited to take our dear readers through this tutorial. It's going to a series of tutorials and this is just the introduction.

As the owner of a small wedding planning startup, a friend of mine didn’t have a lot of time or money to put into learning how to make a website – but she knew she needed one, or her business would be near invisible. Despite her lack of programming skills, she went full speed ahead into single-handedly creating her online presence.

Starting a website from scratch was actually not the daunting task she feared. With the right tools, she got a WordPress site up and running within a couple of weeks. After the initial buildout of the site, she continued to expand and update it herself as her business grew.

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As her experience illustrates, anyone can learn how to make a website with relative ease. It’s as simple as purchasing web hosting and a domain name, then fine-tuning your design through a website builder, WordPress, or using bare-bones HTML. We’ll walk you through each step below, so feel free to click on one of the links here to skip ahead.

Choosing a Host This is the super easy part. The web’s top-rated hosts have pulled out all the stops to expedite and alleviate the initial website creation process — often beginning with a complimentary domain name registration, single-click installations for popular CMS and blogging platforms, a free website builder, and marketing credits.

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