I have been running a website for a local softball league for over 10 years. I have basic HTML experience that I used to set up the website way back then. I’m sure my knowledge is very out-dated by now.
The website was designed using frames, with the left column being the Menu and the right column having the content. It’s very simple, but it gets the job done for the players in the league.
I heard that frames will be obsolete soon with HTML 5.
I was thinking I better change the look and get rid of frames soon.
I update the standings and scores every week during the season. All I do is use Excel to enter the data for the standings and scores and then convert that Excel sheet to HTML and upload it. It has always worked and its very quick.
So below is my outline of what I would like to try and design.
Could anyone give me some ideas where to go online and learn how to do this.
It seems that it’s very basic, but I haven’t been keeping up with web design improvements.
Below is all I need:
Logo at the Top
Menu with some drop downs right under the Logo going across Horizontally under the logo.
Mens - drop down (Standings, Scores, Playoffs)
Womens drop down (Standings, Scores, Playoffs)
Then under the menu:
All the Content would be displayed using HTML files when you click on the menu item, for the Standings, Scores, Rules and Contact info etc.