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Eight Basic Steps To Website Construction

Author : John Mahoney


Maintaining a website is a great way to push a product, a service or an idea. It is something anyone can do, and it is something that just about anyone is doing right now, given the popularity of blogs and personal websites. Do you want to put up a website but do not know how website construction works? Do not panic; website construction is easier than you may think.

How Website Construction is Done
Learning how to do website construction is an interesting project to work on. It is not that difficult to do, but you do need to devote some time and energy on the project on a regular basis. Once you have familiarized yourself with how website construction is done, you can put up your websites and even earn money from them.

Here are the eight basic steps to website construction.
 Step 1:
Decide on content. Ask yourself what your website is going to be about. Once you have figured that out, make a site plan listing all the subtopics you want to cover under the general topic of your website. Always stick to your topic.
 Step 2:
Optimize your website. If you want your website to be read, you have to make it get a high ranking on search engines. To do that, you have to get your website through search engine optimization. Research the keywords you should use for your website, and then include these keywords in your website Design copy and in your meta tags.
 Step 3:
Create a good web design. In website construction, web design counts a lot. Choose a theme for your website and use this theme to create appropriate webpage backgrounds and graphics. Using the right font and putting in a good navigational pane are things you should also learn in web design.
 Step 4:
Learn how HTML works. HTML codes are the building blocks of any website. Each HTML tag in a body of code has a meaning, and deciphering these meanings is a powerful tool towards learning website construction.
 Step 5:
Place graphics correctly. Graphics make a website look pretty. You can make your own if you want, since it is not hard to create images using photo-editing and animation tools. The right graphics can also help you optimize your website and prepare it for link-building.
 Step 6:
Select the domain name. Part of website construction is choosing the right domain name. The domain name of your website should be related to what your website is all about. Once you have chosen a name, have it registered. Some registrars charge a fortune for the right to own a domain name, but do not be fooled. There are registrars where you could get your domain names cheaply.
 Step 7:
Get a web host. You need a host where you could put up your website. Just like domain registrars, web hosting should not be expensive for you. Browse web hosting packages carefully and see what package suits your website’s needs.
 Step 8:
Get a website builder. If everything about website construction confuses you, there is nothing to stop you from buying software that can build your website for you. Another option would be to hire someone who could do the website construction for you.


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John Mahoney is a Freelance Author who writes about Technology Related subjects to know more about John please visit his website http://www.techstore.ie




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