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How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2016 5:27 pm
by Marina
I`m a beginner) And maybe it will be easier to pay for professional maker, than to do it by myself?

Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2016 5:48 pm
by filmphotog
Hi, I usually start small, adding one object at a time and preview in the browser. I think a simple theme is the best, especially if you add a couple of breakpoints to make the page mobile-friendly. It's good to see how much (or how little) will fit on a mobile screen.

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Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 9:34 pm
by Centurion
Hi Marina,
It depends on what you want. Do you only need 1 page or multiple pages with buttons? Start in a weekend or when you have time to do so. If you're new you have to experiment a lot. So have I. Use some different templates and just play with it so you get some feel of it. I've seen different programs to build website with. So far I find Quick and Easy a very useful program. It has some strange things that should be changed or made easier but that's just me. What also helps is search on YouTube to see how others work with their software. Downside is I could not find any films on YouTube on Quick and Easy Webbuilder. Maybe I could make one but even I have a lot to learn.
Succes and ask if you have questions.

Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 8:36 am
by Marina
filmphotog wrote:Hi, I usually start small, adding one object at a time and preview in the browser. I think a simple theme is the best, especially if you add a couple of breakpoints to make the page mobile-friendly. It's good to see how much (or how little) will fit on a mobile screen.

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Thanks for answer, so should i start from site on HTML?

Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 8:40 am
by Marina
Centurion wrote:Hi Marina,
It depends on what you want. Do you only need 1 page or multiple pages with buttons? Start in a weekend or when you have time to do so. If you're new you have to experiment a lot. So have I. Use some different templates and just play with it so you get some feel of it. I've seen different programs to build website with. So far I find Quick and Easy a very useful program. It has some strange things that should be changed or made easier but that's just me. What also helps is search on YouTube to see how others work with their software. Downside is I could not find any films on YouTube on Quick and Easy Webbuilder. Maybe I could make one but even I have a lot to learn.
Succes and ask if you have questions.
Thank a lot) Maybe are there some easier programm for beginners? :)

Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Wed Jan 27, 2016 8:59 am
by filmphotog
Marina wrote:
filmphotog wrote:Hi, I usually start small, adding one object at a time and preview in the browser. I think a simple theme is the best, especially if you add a couple of breakpoints to make the page mobile-friendly. It's good to see how much (or how little) will fit on a mobile screen.

Post questions in the forums, we are here to help if you needs it.
Thanks for answer, so should i start from site on HTML?
You could start with a template or a new project in Quick n Easy. Use the preview button in Quick n Easy to preview in the browser often. You don't need to publish on the web until the site is ready.

Re: How much time i need to create a website?

Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 9:09 am
by Marina
filmphotog wrote:
Marina wrote:
filmphotog wrote:Hi, I usually start small, adding one object at a time and preview in the browser. I think a simple theme is the best, especially if you add a couple of breakpoints to make the page mobile-friendly. It's good to see how much (or how little) will fit on a mobile screen.

Post questions in the forums, we are here to help if you needs it.
Thanks for answer, so should i start from site on HTML?
You could start with a template or a new project in Quick n Easy. Use the preview button in Quick n Easy to preview in the browser often. You don't need to publish on the web until the site is ready.[/q

Thanks a lot)