Build a Website Without Knowing
Now you can build a website and you do not even have to understand HTML code to do it. I can remember when Builders North Wales I began my first website. It was to advertise my cottage in North Wales. I spent days building several pages, learning to program in html as I went.
I was inspired 5 or 6 years ago to begin my first website by watching a series of short video tutorials which I bought off eBay for a ridiculously low price. It was literally following the step by step procedure and using the same software which was recommended and used in the tutorials that helped me get started. Some of the same software I use to this day. Even though I have now got to grips with using Dreamweaver to build my web pages there are features in Seamonkey which I have not been able to find in any other software. For example; my booking calendar which I constructed using tables, has 33 rows and 13 columns. Each day in the year is represented by a cell and to show the status of the bookings I would change the colour of the cell to green if available, orange if booked but no deposit received and red as soon as I received the booking deposit. To change the colour of a group of cells to show the booking status I have not been able to do this using Dreamweaver and I have to revert to my first html editor Seamonkey. Seamonkey might excel in this one feature, but in other respects it is not good for constructing anything but very simple web pages. Of course there are many more html editors now to choose from and some can be downloaded for free off the internet and give quite comprehensive facilities like split screen. Split screen is very useful to see the visual part of the web page corresponding to the html code you are working on.