HTML & CSS:
What is the purpose for leaning code you may ask.
Coding is the process of assigning a code to something for the purposes of classification or identification. Text is the most basic part of html coding. It is used to show information that you want to portray to your audience.
Website design and build processes have inevitably transformed as well. HTML has endured because it’s so easy to understand (even for graphic designers), but these days, if you even think about creating a web page with tables on it instead of DIV tags, you have to endure a barrage of abuse from purists who write HTML pages in notepad linking all design elements to highly efficient CSS (cascading style sheet) documents.
Think and visualize what type of audience you are portraying to. Then think about what the site needs to do to help them achieve it. Create a visual Site Map of your website and decide how the content will be grouped. Also determine what functionality the pages will have and what kind of navigation system you'll be using. Making a website takes a lot of thought, be sure to test and make sure you have a proof reader as well.
- Will the site be based on a one, two or three column grid? Or a mixture of grids?
- What elements will go into each column and why?
- If you use space-fillers, will they be relevant and practical? Or an abstract white space filler?.
- What about images? Will there be consistency across every page (with same-size pics in predictable locations), or will images only appear where necessary?
- If you have any side boxes for notes or contact details, what will they look like? Where will they appear and why?
- So website design is extremely similar. Every eventuality has to be accounted for if a measure of consistency and professionalism is to be maintained.
So website design is extremely similar. Every eventuality has to be accounted for if a measure of consistency and professionalism is to be maintained.