Ways Of Making Profits Out Of A Website Design

Ways Of Making Profits Out Of A Website Design

March, 22, 2011 • Posted by Editor 39 Comments

Whilst thinking of setting up a web page, many people feel burdened by confusion on the type of website design to use. There are numeral design types and sizes to choose but the success of using it is only determined by making the best choice to suit your needs. A number of elements can be followed to experience maximum benefits from the designs.

The most important factor to consider in a web design is to understand the reasons for setting up your own website. Of course, there are many reasons that make people to open web pages. Some do it for purely private purposes while others intend their sites for public browsing. You can use anything to modify a design for individual use to enhance your moral to visit the site.

Nevertheless, there is need to ensure that a site that targets to attract more readers should contain more attractive features to boost the moral of the readers. It is therefore very important to select a design that is flexible o allow for changes when need arises. For you to be able to pick the best design, it is advisable to make an online comparison of different designs before deciding to pick on for yourself.

It is also vital to be specific on the kind of features that you want your website design to posses. You need to be very frank to your web designer so that you can agree on the kind of design that you require. Have a close contact with the designer all the time and allow him to make some few changes that he thinks can enhance a professional look of your website. Sometimes giving suggested colors, number of pages or desired font among other features helps your designer to end up with a structure that meets your expectations. Let your design allow chances to protect the privacy of your customers to enable them feel secured as they use your site.

You have to understand that content writing is one of the major steps in website design. This is to be done before the site creation is complete. This mainly functions to allow for any   adjustments incase for need to have alterations on the content. The content needs to be written in a simple and attractive language. It is worth spending some time on coming up with nice contents of your site.

Having a well-organized web design is very important in the efforts to achieve a nice website. Making a list of sections for your website prove to be significant in organizing the site. You can interact with your clients to let them help you to understand specific areas that need modification for efficient performance. Requesting them for their contacts and reviews greatly helps to enhance this kind of relationship.

It is advisable to use the technology on the Search Engine Optimization on your website. It helps your site to be noticed by a multitude and end up be having more traffic to maximize profits for your business.

 

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39 Responses

03.22.11

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After unzipping the downloaded zip files, you can replace the text with your own. This has to be done on the html files. You can edit (or what is called customizing the template) the text in any text editor like notepad. The jpg files are images. You can use these images or you can replace them with your own images. You will need a software like photoshop to edit jpg files.

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Lot of questions in one sentence!
- A "template" is a pre-designed website to which you have "just" to change the contents. Reserved to amateurs who do not have any graphic skills.
- "Web Development" is "making the design to work", that is CODING.
- "Site Design" or "Web Design": is an artist work to prepare a page/website, the way it will "look"… but does not work! You need the developer (above) to make it work.
- CMS: Content Management System. A kind of Integrated Development Environment that allows unskilled people to chancge the contents of their site themselves. Unfortunately, all CMS are written in complex languages such as Php, ASP, and require that knowledge to be used properly – which means that if you have the skills, you don't need them!!!
These CMS are often offered to "clients" as a website feature (so the client can update his website without the need of the coder. The problem? They are way TOO complex for the clients and are (nearly) never used by the client (or used the first month and then forgotten)
A waste of time, really!
A proper CMS is developped by professionals to fullfill the requirements of the client… and nothing else!
- e-commerce: many scripts available, but ALL too complex: they contain too many features that you do not need. Some of them are 20Meg in size, and the user only makes calls to a few functions. A HUGE overhead for nothing.
A proper e-commerce can be written in a few Kb of code by any professional (and that will be EXACTLY what the client needs).

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i like the color blocks and the font. don't get what's up with the de->sign. make that normal. your font should also probably be a bit darker than the background, or what it is. the colors in "graffix" are funny though i understand what you're trying to do. maybe you could keep the colors but change the font. change the color of the "FF"s though because it fades in. it's interesting but i don't get the feel for what kind of graphics you are doing-animations, graphic design, advertisement, web design. the word "graphics" should portray a particular use more.

overal good. just make some tweeks

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Free website templates from theme forest, dreram template

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The one that will give you the design in the time frame requested with price and quality. If you want to have an idea of how that should work go to 99designs.com

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I think you are able to upload banners to If not use On photobucket it will give you the code

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Flash template are standard web templates enhanced with Flash technology.If you are also looking for high quality flash templates then this is the post for you!I have picked 30+ flash web template and these are FREE Flash template,so what are you waiting for……dig in,download your favorite and use them in your next project!!

03.22.11

That code looks easy. oooh i'll add it to my experiment's thanks

03.22.11

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03.22.11

I think you've answered you own question. The Zilla is the controller I hear the most positive comments about.

I've actually got an ancient GE EV1 controller in my vehicle (a 1981 Jet Electra Van.) Not too efficient, but it's been very reliable.

03.22.11

Make sure any <div> html is closed i.e </div> This can cause overlapping

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Try some of these:
All are free, some are easier than others.

Or go to or or try … these all have easy to do web editors and web space both.

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You might want to look at using Server Side Includes (SSI) to do this.

It also makes using things like Google Analytics a lot easier, you just put their code into your footer file.

The main thing to be careful about is that your syntax checker may fail to pick up some errors because the SSI files do not include the header. You can use an online validator to check for this. Also, some servers require that you use the .shtml extension for pages that include scripting or SSI.

03.22.11

Most likely your template will have a footer file and it should be in there

03.22.11

As you may know a domain name is just a name, not a real website/weblog. If you are going to create your blog website: 1- Buy a domain name. A domain name is a name you want to call your website (ex: http://www.yahoo.com). To get a domain name, you have to pay an annual fee to a registrar for the right to use that name. 2- Buy a web hosting service to provide your online space and enable you to get your blog online at your purchased domain name.

If you’re going to start your blog at your own domain with different pages, you need a web host providing wordpress.

Take a look at:

There you can reach the three reputable companies that are leaders in the blog/wordpress website hosting industry.

Another useful link:

There you can find a step-by-step guide to start your website.

Hope this helps.

03.22.11

The easiest way for a novice to build a web site is to start with a web template. Web Templates can be customized and you can use the layout but swap the graphics etc…. this will get you comfortable with basic HTML design and an HTML editor (like Dreamweaver).

Here are some resources for free or inexpensive templates that are easy to edit and manage.

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HTML website templates can significantly ease the burden of designing and creating websites by providing webmasters with a ready-made web layout, structure, basic graphics, and color scheme.

The templates can generally be edited and customized with any HTML editor. The biggest advantage for webmasters using ready-made templates is the amount of time that can be saved.

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Webtemplates are written in scripting languages like php, javascript, etc.
Php is server side whereas javascript is client side. Webtemplates are prdefined syntax,design and structure that is processed at server and we get the processed output on our browser client or any application we might be using to connect to a server.
For example :
Lets say X loops through strings like : Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed etc..
and a php script states
<?php
loop
{
echo "<b>Today is $x</b>"
}
?>
when this page is processed at server or rather parsed by server gives us output on the webpage
Today is Sun.
Today is Mon.

If u rightclick the webpage to check the scripting used, u wont see anything, html code will look like :
<b>today is sunday</b>
<b>today is monday</b>
Only client side scripts can be checked by viewing source.

This is a very good read to understand how webtemplate, template engine, database and client window interact with each other.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_templates

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go to http://www.programmingtutorials.com(copy/paste link in u r browser)
on the left hand side select which tutorial u want
then a new page will come with that languages sub topics
select one topic
now copy/paste the entire tutorial in MS word and
viola!u have the entire tutorial.(P.S.if u have adobe PDF writer,u can convert the document into a PDF and really make it look like an Ebook!!!)

03.22.11

ANY flash editor will edit flash provided you have the default file or can de-compile the *.swf one.

Ron

03.22.11

i like the color blocks and the font. don't get what's up with the de->sign. make that normal. your font should also probably be a bit darker than the background, or what it is. the colors in "graffix" are funny though i understand what you're trying to do. maybe you could keep the colors but change the font. change the color of the "FF"s though because it fades in. it's interesting but i don't get the feel for what kind of graphics you are doing-animations, graphic design, advertisement, web design. the word "graphics" should portray a particular use more.

overal good. just make some tweeks

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To address exactly the same problem – Server side technologies came into play. (But they also address a lot more issues than that..)

Solution 1.
But for your problem, if you know a little bit of PHP, its a one line game (OR if you know your server uses PHP, just close your eyes and blindly include the following line on every html page you create)

<?php include("path_to_your_menu_HTML_file_name"); ?>

(of course, replace path_to_you_menu_HTML_file_name with the one appropriate for your context!)

Now with that line, you can put your menu in one file (the one you are referring to in the above code), and then include the rest of the matter in all your other files.

A little caveat though – you will have to name all your files as ending with .php (not .htm or .html).

So, if you know your server is running PHP and you have renamed all your files on the website from .htm (or .html) to .php and included the above code. You are all set to go.

The advantage fo this solution is that it doesn't depend on the client side browser, so you are sure that your client receives HTML only.

Solution 2. (Easiest One)
Use iframes…
Use this code:
<iframe src="included.html" width="450" height="400">

Adjust the src, width and height according to your need.

The advantage for you is that it keeps you in the domain of HTML. (no renaming of files!)

The thing with inline frames (the code above – iframe) is that it breaks on very old browsers (maybe a non-issue today) and search engines do not cache it.

Here is an excellent resource on iframes:
http://www.htmlhelp.com/reference/html40/special/iframe.html

03.22.11

I don't have a 2010 stylebook on me, but as I understand it, website is one word and no longer capitalized, while Web as a stand-alone word is still capitalized.

03.22.11

The design of your website, should be directly related to your visitors. The most successful websites provide what their traffic expects in an aesthetically pleasing manner. If you are building a simple website, keep your visitors in mind during the design process.

A lot of new, upcoming designers make the mistake of trying to do "cool" stuff in the site without keeping in mind their website visitors. It really doesn't matter what we like as designers but how effective the design is in relation to the website's goals.

check out: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/

03.22.11

You are just starting out so let me give you the most important advice. DO NOT charge $50 for a website. Maybe every now and then for a sale or something for some simple site. But do not make it your standard price. Web designers command $300 and up for small websites. Your hourly if you go that route should be between $30 and $50 per hour.

You should let the customer register their domain. Or if they have no clue about anything web related then offer to do it for them. You will also need Paypal for your payments. Another good merchant is Alert Pay which is similar to Paypal. Either way you need to verify the account in order to be legitimate and be able to get the money into your hands.

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it's not designed that way…it depends on the who you use for your layout…mine does not do this others do…

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Lot of questions in one sentence!
- A "template" is a pre-designed website to which you have "just" to change the contents. Reserved to amateurs who do not have any graphic skills.
- "Web Development" is "making the design to work", that is CODING.
- "Site Design" or "Web Design": is an artist work to prepare a page/website, the way it will "look"… but does not work! You need the developer (above) to make it work.
- CMS: Content Management System. A kind of Integrated Development Environment that allows unskilled people to chancge the contents of their site themselves. Unfortunately, all CMS are written in complex languages such as Php, ASP, and require that knowledge to be used properly – which means that if you have the skills, you don't need them!!!
These CMS are often offered to "clients" as a website feature (so the client can update his website without the need of the coder. The problem? They are way TOO complex for the clients and are (nearly) never used by the client (or used the first month and then forgotten)
A waste of time, really!
A proper CMS is developped by professionals to fullfill the requirements of the client… and nothing else!
- e-commerce: many scripts available, but ALL too complex: they contain too many features that you do not need. Some of them are 20Meg in size, and the user only makes calls to a few functions. A HUGE overhead for nothing.
A proper e-commerce can be written in a few Kb of code by any professional (and that will be EXACTLY what the client needs).

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I've been looking since you posted this question and this is all I could find…….sorry, I know it's not what you were looking for

http://www.nurseryessentials.co.uk/zorbit–nursery-in-a-box-bedding—cupcake-595-p.asp

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Lot of questions in one sentence!
- A "template" is a pre-designed website to which you have "just" to change the contents. Reserved to amateurs who do not have any graphic skills.
- "Web Development" is "making the design to work", that is CODING.
- "Site Design" or "Web Design": is an artist work to prepare a page/website, the way it will "look"… but does not work! You need the developer (above) to make it work.
- CMS: Content Management System. A kind of Integrated Development Environment that allows unskilled people to chancge the contents of their site themselves. Unfortunately, all CMS are written in complex languages such as Php, ASP, and require that knowledge to be used properly – which means that if you have the skills, you don't need them!!!
These CMS are often offered to "clients" as a website feature (so the client can update his website without the need of the coder. The problem? They are way TOO complex for the clients and are (nearly) never used by the client (or used the first month and then forgotten)
A waste of time, really!
A proper CMS is developped by professionals to fullfill the requirements of the client… and nothing else!
- e-commerce: many scripts available, but ALL too complex: they contain too many features that you do not need. Some of them are 20Meg in size, and the user only makes calls to a few functions. A HUGE overhead for nothing.
A proper e-commerce can be written in a few Kb of code by any professional (and that will be EXACTLY what the client needs).

03.22.11

Yes and no.

It depends on what you're actually trying to do with the website.

If you're trying to make a user-driven website or something where the community would have a high level of interaction with the website, then you're going to want to create your own.

If you're just trying to deliver content to whatever audience may be viewing the website, then theres nothing wrong with a pre-made template.

The only reason I'd recommend not using a template is because you know the inside and out of anything you design. You'd know how to fix any/all problems and wouldn't have to worry about anything going wrong.

Good luck!

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why you just dont go to http://www.vmware.com and download free vmplayer and than download LAMP appliance (also free).
You will be able to run complete server on your workstation and do development with tools you already have.

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I suggest that you contact a local company or a local freelancer. Do not outsource to foreign countries for big projects.

If you're in business, you will need to think of SEO for your website as well. Indeed, optimization of your site will be the most single important part of your business. You 're better by having someone handling your website locally, including marketing.

I have work with many small businesses and my consultation is 100% free. I can give you all the consultation you need or questions you have. vist this website http://www.gowebsolution.com

03.22.11

There are many online and are free – type "free resume samples/templates" to find them

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