How to make a website without coding knowledge

Welcome back to Coding Corner! Today, we’ll be looking at a topic I’ve been asked a lot about lately: building a website.The web has changed since the early-mid nineties: CSS exists, Flash is no more, and websites have become much more about beautiful design and bountiful features than text-and-image-heavy monster pages.In 1996, if you wanted to create your own website, you had two options: join a hosting site like Tripod or Geocities and have limited control over your web presence, or build your own from scratch using HTML. But times have — thankfully — changed.Meet the acronyms: WYSIWYG, HTML, CSS, PHP, WTF?Before we get in to how you can build your own website, let’s talk a little bit about the building blocks of the web.Your modern website is usually made up of three things: HTML, CSS, and Javascript.HTMLHTML stands for “HyperText Markup Language.” It’s been the backbone of the web since the begining, and uses words surrounded by chevrons (< >) called “tags” to create elements; these elements help you organize and structure your webpage.

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How to make a website without coding knowledge