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Using an advanced website builder, I designed and created a professional looking website for my own business without using any computer code. Not long ago, building and operating a website was best left to the experts, but lower prices and advanced technology have made website creation available to everyone. The availability of free blogging sites and cheap website creators have de-mystified the whole process and so today, most people and all organizations want their own website. Unfortunately, a large number of those websites are ugly and some look as though they have been thrown together. What many people still believe is that if you want a really professional looking site its best left to the experts and that can cost a lot of money.

All web pages you see on the screen are the result of complex looking computer code written using Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This is interpreted by our internet browsers to display what we actually see. However, word processor style software makes it possible to create websites without encountering all this code. These website builders are designed for both the beginner and advanced user, it enables you to have a website template within minutes. Instead of typing CSS and XHTML code you add text and drag and drop graphics to a blank page as if you were using a word processor. It produces all the code so you don’t have to worry about it.

In the past, these word processor type editors, better known as What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) have had a very mixed reception. Many use over complicated code that is prone to failure and take up large amounts of bandwidth. Worst of all, they are too inflexible to allow you to design the page exactly as you wanted it. Sadly, this is still the case with most WYSIWYG editors. It is the ease of use, reliability and the quality of the end product that makes the new advanced website builders stand out from their predecessors.



Source by Linda Russell