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How to Create a Website: A Guide

Guest post | Nov 8, 2020

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Creating a website can feel tricky. Indeed, with a huge amount of code behind each and all the pixels we see on a computer screen, the creation of a whole, multi-page website can seem incredibly daunting - not to mention time-consuming and expensive. However, with the advent of tools designed to increase the accessibility of web design, it’s now easier than ever to construct your own website, with very little training or expertise. In light of this, the following article looks at the ways in which you or your business can build a website this winter.

Hiring a Designer

Your first instinct when it comes to creating a website is always going to be to hire an expert: someone who’s trained in Python and other coding languages. They’re going to be able to build a website - though it might take them a number of weeks, and it’ll cost you an arm and a leg for the very best web designers.

Web designers are preferred by businesses that:

  • Have the cash to invest in a high-quality, high-demand service.
  • Are looking to be able to tailor their website expectations, shunning templates in favor of originality.
  • Have the time on their hands to embark on a multiple-month website-building project.

If your firm meets these three specifications, it’s likely that a web designer might be the best route to take in your own website development.

Templates and Builders

Website builders have become far more prevalent over the course of this decade - opening up the possibility for small firms and individuals to make their own website, even if they don’t know what an attribute or an element is in coding parlance.

For you and your small business, this means looking to services like IONOS website builder to start your journey towards creating and maintaining a high-quality website. There are significant benefits to going with a company like Ionos, such as:

  • You’ll be provided with an expertly-made interface from which you can build your website.
  • The dashboard and other creation tools are made for beginners to understand.
  • By going with a company that hosts websites, you’ll also receive support and technical assistance on your web design journey.

This means that, when you partner with a website builder, you’ll be using a service that’s made for novices, with constant support and resources to help you learn.


The biggest innovation in the web design space has been the use of templates across the likes of WordPress, GoDaddy, and Wix. All of these hosting platforms also enable you to build out a website using templates, and it’s these templates that are designed by the global leaders in website design. Put simply, then, you pay a tiny subscription fee for access to world-class web design - which is available for your firm instantly.

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This exciting innovation means that you can toy around with dozens of different templates before landing on the one you feel will suit your firm. Over time, you’re even able to update or change your templates without deleting the data on your website - and you’ll benefit from the updates and upgrades made to your current template, too. This makes website creation a breeze in 2020.

Use these quick insights to crack on with building your own website - either for your small business, or for your personal brand.


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