I created these website designs and layouts using HTML, CSS and JavaScript.  Thus, all of these designs were actually fully-coded (rather than created using a content management system WYSIWYG editor).

These websites can be found at the following locations:

5 Replies to “Coded Web Designs”

  1. איך להגדיל מסת שריר says:

    Heya this is kinda of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs use WYSIWYG editors
    or if you have to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog
    soon but have no coding expertise so I wanted to get guidance
    from someone with experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    1. cftxp says:

      Hey there, you don’t actually need HTML knowledge to start a WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger, Medium blog, or a blog on most blogging platforms out there. Indeed, most blogs utilize WYSIWYG editors, with some (like WordPress.com and Tumblr) fairly customizable! Thus, with such services, you have many more customization options available at your disposal IF you know a sufficient amount of HTML and CSS knowledge (the two foundational programming languages for web design).

      However, I assume (more likely than not) that you are simply looking for a platform to blog. If that is the case, I would suggest using a hosted platform like Medium.com, WordPress.com (different than WordPress.org, which is for web developers), or Tumblr. However, I suggest also utilizing multiple platforms since Medium.com is the easiest to monetize, followed by WordPress.com (although you may need to buy a hosting plan for access to the necessary plugins). Tumblr isn’t exactly the platform you want for monetization, albeit it is a wonderful platform for fun topics, hobbyists, and the like. Plus, you can always share links to your Medium.com and WordPress.com blog articles using Tumblr and other forms of social media. In that sense, it will benefit you to use Medium.com and a paid WordPress.com blog for full monetization. Although, be prepared to understand that the customization options on WordPress will be a learning curve but, as a blogging platform, will likely yield the most monetization benefits as you’ll have the opportunity to use plugins that allow you to display advertisements.

      I know that is probably much more information than you asked for so, in short, you have a lot of options and, no, HTML and CSS aren’t necessities to create a blog. Medium would be the best option for you if you want to focus on the writing, WordPress.com is the best option for you if you want to yield higher monetization gains, and Tumblr is the best platform for you if you would rather focus on a particular niche. In any case, good luck!

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