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    Creating a modern website

    Hi,

    I'd like to create a website with this kind of layout where you have header (site banner), content and footer (links)

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...yout-using-css

    I've read over this and understand the HTML code but how do I transform that code into a site like this: https://support.bigcommerce.com/

    They have a nice banner, content and the footer with the links.

    Are there any good tutorials please for how to build a site like this from scratch using photoshop/paint shop pro for designing web site layout, turning that design into code and then turning it into a fully functional website?

    Help much appreciated. Thanks!

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    You go to lynda.com or research for use youtube.

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    Hi mtf. Welcome to the forums.

    Are there any good tutorials please for how to build a site like this from scratch
    Yes, there are tons of online tutorials, books and courses. Searching for online tutorials is a bit hit and miss, though. I recommend you either get a book or take a course to get up to speed with how CSS and HTML work. That way, you get a comprehensive intro with no gaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    Hi mtf. Welcome to the forums.



    Yes, there are tons of online tutorials, books and courses. Searching for online tutorials is a bit hit and miss, though. I recommend you either get a book or take a course to get up to speed with how CSS and HTML work. That way, you get a comprehensive intro with no gaps.
    Thank you for the welcome! That is so cool. Thanks for the link.

    tareqjhe1: I've already tried YouTube but it's too basic.


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