The first step in learning to design a web page is to know the basics of HTML. HTML is the abbreviated form of ‘Hyper Text Markup Language’. It is quite a simple language to learn and once you get used to formatting in HTML, designing a web page becomes child’s play. It is possible to insert text as well as graphics into a web page with the help of HTML. The ‘notepad’ available on your personal computer comes in handy for learning HTML. After you finish designing a web page, it can be viewed with the help of a software known as the web browser. Along with HTML, newer tools like the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), are used to add value to the content presented on the web page.
The layout of the web page is designed by using CSS. Making use of appropriate colors enhances the overall look of the web page. The HTML color codes can also be used in designing. After creating a web page with the help of HTML, you need to upload it on the world wide web (WWW). Web hosting services provide space on the world wide web for organizations and individuals to host their websites. Some hosting services charge the owners of the websites, while others provide space for free. The free services often display pop-up advertisements on web pages in return for the hosting space. The phrase, web designing, conveys the importance of artistic skill in creating web pages. Learning the technical aspects of web designing is important till a stage but after that creativity holds the key to better web designing. The Graphic Design Intern is an artist who must create visually appealing designs that will touch, move, and inspire those who look at them.
They are responsible for ensuring that our business is properly displayed through our web site, flyers, menus, etc. as well as our clients! The Web Design Intern is motivated by a genuine and natural artistic expression. When your field of expertise includes nothing related to computers or the Internet, defining what you need in a web design can feel burdensome.