3 simple website builders for non-coders

3 simple website builders for non-coders

Website building is no longer a task solely for the developers and designers of this world. Technology has moved on and now there are no more excuses...

Your budget (or lack of) used to be a major constraint; now, however, there are tools and resources out there for even the slimmest of budgets.

Now, I’m not advocating that everyone should go out there and build their own website. It all depends on the desired functionality and scale of the website.

For large scale projects with loads of pages and e-commerce functionality - seek professional help and in-trust your new website in the hands of someone who dreams in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

The marketers' guide to HTML, CSS & JavaScript

The marketers' guide to HTML, CSS & JavaScript

We recently discussed whether digital marketers should learn to code.

In it, we discussed the importance of understanding the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript at the very least.

Today, we will be breaking down these terms and defining them in the simplest way possible.

But before we talk about that, let’s explain how browsers interact with web content.

When someone opens a web page, browsers such as Chrome or Safari examine the HTML, CSS and programming languages, and translate them into the views (web pages) that end users see and can interact with.

Now that we understand how web browsers interpret different computer-based languages, we can explore the three main languages in use today.

Once you grasp the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript - basic web pages will no longer intimidate you.

Now, let’s break down the code.