You can launch a new career in web design today by learning how to build websites with WYSIWYG Web Builder. You don't need a computer science degree or any previous knowledge in coding. All you need is a computer, a bit of time, a lot of determination, and a teacher you trust. I've taught WWB to countless coworkers and held training sessions for individuals. I am that teacher you can trust.
Your limitations in this course has got to do with your imaginations. As far as you can imagine, you can build it. This course teaches you how to take 100% control over your webpages by using the same concepts that every professional website uses.
We will preview the final project going to be designed in this video
We will take a look at the interface of WYSIWYG Web Builder and get familiar with all the various sections
We will go ahead to configure our workspace to make it suitable for desgining
We will learn how to create new pages, rename pages, delete pages and many more
We will take a look at the properties a page possesses
We will take a look at the differences between page properties and site properties
We will take a look at some of the tools available in WYSIWYG Web Builder and what they are used for
We will take a look at how to preview a project in the browser
We will learn what a master page is and how to create one
We will start designing a master page for out project
We will continue to design our master page for our project
We will take a look at some of the navigation tools and then continue to create our website navigation
We will take a look at how to center our website that will appear centered in the browser
We will learn how to add images to our project and then add a logo for the project
We will go ahead to add some information to the footer
We will learn a bit about the text tool, how to use it and some properties of it
We will take a look at how to create bulleted list
We will take a look at the style manager, how to access it and create styles to be used in our project
We will take a look at google web fonts and how to add one or more to our project
We will design the home page of our project for desktop
We will design the about page of our project for desktop
We will design the portfolio page of our project for desktop
We will design the services page of our project for desktop
We will now populate all our pages with text
We will take a look at the contact tools and start to design the contact page
We will continue to work on the contact page and finish it up
We will learn the roles of a success and an error page and learn how to add them to our project's contact form
We will take a look at the various file extensions available in WYSIWYG Web Builder and select the appropriate one for our contact page
We will talk about responsive web design and how it works in WYSIWYG Web Builder
We will make the about page responsive
We will make the services page responsive
We will make the portfolio page responsive
We will make the master page responsive
We will make the contact page responsive
We will review our website in a browser and make necessary changes
We will learn how to save our project
We will go ahead to learn the various ways to publish our project and finally publish it using one of the methods
My name is Ishmeal Lamptey, and during my period in the workforce, I’ve trained individuals and groups on how to use WYSIWYG Web Builder to build great and functional websites.
I’m a front-end developer, designer, network engineer and an educator. I’ve been building friendly user interfaces websites for individuals and organizations for a while now.
I'm fortunate to enjoy the work i do, but my true passion is helping people learn.
I look forward to answering your questions and am available for 1-on-1 chats with all of my students as well as freelance website projects.