Every day, we learn from the things that others do. In one way or another, whether right or wrong, we take what we see and use that information when making our own choices in life. We look to our elders and we ask our peers. What would they do? And with the web at our fingertips you can 'Google' just about anything or watch a video on YouTube on How To:.. So, why should building a website be any different?
If you are the do-it-yourself type, there are a number of places on the web where you can find helpful information for building your website. With this, I'll try to point out at least a few basic facts, maybe some unknowns and a couple of links to get you pointed in the right direction. If you need help with building your website, there are also a number of services and people such as myself that can help you with your individual needs. (So don't hesitate to Contact Me)
If it isn't immediately obvious, I've used Weebly to build my site so the examples are going to revolve around Weebly and their website builder. If you're not using Weebly don't fret, as I've noted above you can take the information found here and apply it to your own website.
Three Basic Factors
How many pages should you create?
By: Jeffrey T. Kastner