Planning Your Web Site
Planning your website is an important first step in web design. If you just start putting divs and paragraphs in with no clue about where it will end up, it will be a lot more work. Get a pencil and a piece of paper and sketch out how you want it laid out and what will go in each page.
Once you have an outline
to go by, designing your site will be a whole lot easier. Some
just jump right into making the website with no thought as to how it is
going to look. You will find that a little fore-thought will make the new site
a lot easier to build. Yes, you might have to change something along
the way. But it is better that just throwing it together and finding out
it won't work. Always preview in Firefox, preferably the latest version.
Now that you have a plan, Open Expression Web and create a new empty web site. Start making the template, making it centered in the page if you want. Save it as a DWT (Dynamic Web Template). Now make a new blank page from it.
Make your index page and save it. Now start a new page and name it. Keep adding until all your pages are done.
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