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One of the most often used tools when one is setting up their own website is an “FTP Program”, and although this tool is not exclusive to the field of web design, it is certainly something a web designer needs to be well familiar with.
After a basic understanding of HTML (see my previous blog post on this), the next thing you’ll want to get a handle on is a thing called “CSS”. It is the language used to control the visual presentation of the content you see on a web page. And when I say “visual presentation” I mean everything from colors, sizes, fonts, positioning on the page, background images, borders and a lot more.
When doing any kind of web design at all, whether you are making a site from scratch, using a Content Management System (CMS) like Wordpress, or even using a turnkey online website service like GoDaddy’s Website Tonight, you will have some dealings with setting or changing COLORS.
If you are contemplating designing your own website, the very first thing you’ll want to know is what the basic tools are that you would typically use to do this kind of work efficiently.
This is a problem that is not about web design particularly, but one you might eventually run into if you are sending out email newsletters - particularly if in your newsletter you are including a photo that was taken on an iPhone, iPad or iTouch.