Ways to Create a websiteHow to create a website
I' ve said this a few time, there are many different ways to create a website, manual programming is just one way and it is also the most difficult. When you are new to web sites and just want to create your own web site for some purpose, I suggest you NOT to program your web site manually.
Let's take a look at some of the ways you can create a website without having to know any kind of programming. Although there are many different ways to create a website, the way you create your website will strongly depend on what kind of website you want to create.
CMS is a web app that you can deploy on your website that essentially handles the whole website for you. Joomla is the most beloved CMS available and it is free of charge. In order to give you an example of a Joomla website, just look at the website you are currently on, yes, this website is administered by Joomla.
So all you do is put Joomla on your website, tell it what to use ( which defines the look/style of your website), then just append your contents without programming anything. There' so much more Joomla can do, but this should give you an ideas to learn more about Joomla, take a look at "Joomla a Content Management System (coming soon)".
Notice: Joomla is also Open Source, which means that it is 100% free for you to either browse or use. Site-Build It (abbreviated to SBI) is a lot of things, but a big part of SBI is the Website Builders, which makes it very simple to build your website. So if your aim is to create a website to earn a passively generated revenue from your cash, I suggest you read more about SBI, see "**Site Build It Explained**(coming soon)". Your website should be a bit more accessible.
The WordPress is quite similar to Joomla, but it focuses on blogging, if you are not sure what a blog is, look at "types of websites". As a CMS WordPress leads your website for all you do, it is installing it then you specify what you want it to do, you encode nothing, it is all point and click.
More about WordPress, how to use it, and how to create it can be found in the "Create" section. SiteBuilder may slightly differ from definiton to definiton, but I'm thinking of a SiteBuilder as an app that you can use to create a site (mainly from a point and click style).
Site Builder usually doesn't mean you don't know any programming either, you just choose a site that you like and begin to add things to the pages. Whenever you create a new page, it will just re-use the style you used. Once you're done, most website builder (which you run on your own PC) have a function that uploads all the website file for your website to your website hosting account for you.
So there are many different website builders out there that you can run on your own computer and then load all the data you need as soon as you are done, and there are others that you can run on line (most free websites are like this, but free websites are not recommended) SBI also uses an on-line website building tool and it is highly recommendable.
How blogging and CMS fora are just a web app that you deploy on your website and everything is edited and maintained for you. I assume that everyone knows what a forum is, if not "types of websites". As soon as you have your forum up and running, just modify the preferences to suit your needs and choose a good site, it's that easy.
Manual programming of a website is another way to create a website, yes, it gives you the most complete overview of your website from all the possibilities of building a website. However, it is also the most difficult way to create a website and would entail an enormous study program and take a long while.
Most of the time, you will be able to create your website without having to manually encode any of it.