Learn how to create a website in 24 easy steps. Step by step with no step skipped. With the new template system you will have the most professional website on the most popular platform (WordPress) in the entire world.
Learn to get your domain name, hosting, install WordPress, create your website, make a logo and the best tips and tricks to make your website #1.
I hope you love it as much as I do.
Visit Tyler’s website for templates and more: Enmanuel Website For Help: Introduction – 00:00:00
2.) Get Domain Name & Hosting – 00:07:08 (use savecode on checkout)
3.) Install WordPress – 00:12:38
4.) Login To WordPress – 00:15:08
5.) Change Password – 00:16:00
6.) Delete Plugins – 00:16:23
7.) Change Permalinks – 00:17:28
8.) Update WordPress – 00:18:53
9.) Install Theme – 00:19:22
10.) Delete Pages & Posts – 00:21:28
11.) Change Title & Tagline – 00:22:33
12.) Add Pages To Website – 00:23:47
13.) Edit Navigation Menu – 00:24:59
14.) Set Homepage To Home – 00:30:12
15.) Add Content The Old Way – 00:31:15
16.) Install Elementor Plugin – 00:32:03
17.) Create Your Home Page – 00:33:16
18.) Create Your About Page – 00:53:20
19.) Create Your Services Page – 00:57:39
20.) Create Your Contact Page – 01:10:28
21.) Create Your Logo – 01:17:01
22.) Create Your Footer – 01:19:50
23.) Create Your FavIcon – 01:25:00
24.) Logout – 01:27:39
Remember, have fun making your website 🙂
Rocket is a web framework for Rust that delivers simplicity, reliability, and performance — a rare combination. Rocket’s ability to deliver in all three areas is largely enabled by Rust’s code generation facilities. Based on developer input, Rocket generates code that eliminates boilerplate and leads to more robust, secure, and predictable web applications.
This talk dissects Rocket and its code generation by describing how Rocket is built. Special attention is placed on elucidating Rocket’s use of present and future code generation facilities in Rust.
The original video was published on the Rust YouTube channel with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed).
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Start Here ➜ how you can make a website in 10 Mins – with 5 Simple steps.
By following these steps, you can make ANY kind of website, just by using “DRAG & DROP”
Steps you need to follow (with timestamp):
1) Choose a Domain Name – 00:32
2) Buy Hosting & Domain – 00:52
3) Install WordPress – 02:48
4) Add a New Theme – 04:30
5) Edit the Content – 07:10
We’re going to build our website by following these 5 steps.
So, Let’s Start.
Step 1: Pick a name for your website
First, you need to go to: and then pick a name for your website. You can choose anything like – mywebsite.com, or .in, or .net, or .org.
This will be the domain name of your website.
So, pick one and check whether it’s available or not! Once you get it, you can go to the next step.
Step 2: Get Hosting & Domain
Hosting & Domain are the two things that you need, for launching your website.
Hosting is the place where your website’s files get stored and Domain is the name of your website.
So, get your hosting with free domain (by paying 99 rupees per month) and once you’ve completed the purchase, you can then continue.
Step 3: Installing WordPress
WordPress is a free tool that can be installed and used to build a website without having any knowledge of programming or coding.
To Install WordPress, go to your hosting account and click “Managed WordPress.” Create a WordPress Login by entering a username and password. (This will be used to logging into WordPress)
After the WordPress Installation is complete, you’ll then be taken to your WordPress Dashboard. Now, this is the place from where you’ll be controlling your website. When you reach this page, your website will be LIVE! So, you can quickly check it, by entering your domain name.
Now, to visit your WordPress Dashboard again, you can just type: yoursite.com/login.
Your website will now have a default WordPress Theme. You can change it, by going to the next step.
Step 4: Adding a New Theme
You can install a new theme by going to ‘Themes.’ You can install the Astra theme (To get pre-made website designs with demo content)
Also, install the Astra Sites Plugin (which comes with the Astra theme) that will make it easy for you to customise your site. You can install this plugin, by going to ‘Plugins.’
Now, this plugin has a set of designs for your website, which you can choose & then apply it to your site.
To choose the designs, you can click ‘See Library.’ Now, before you select a design, make sure you click ‘Elementor’ which will make it easy for you to edit the design.
So, choose the design and import it to your site. Once, you’ve got the design with its demo content, you can then go to the final step.
Step 5: Editing the Demo Content
Editing a page is very very easy. To edit a page, just go into the page that you want to edit and click ‘Elementor.’
You’ll then go to an editing section. Now, to edit any text, just select it, and type anything you want. This process works throughout the website.
This is how, you can edit any page you want, using Elementor. Now, if you want to edit the header and the footer area of your website, you can simply click ‘Customise.’
After you click,’Customise.’ You’ll see some blue icons on on the page. To edit anything, like the logo or the menu section, just click the blue icon and make your changes.
The same works-out in the footer area, also.
Now, to create a new page, you can use 2 methods:
1) Create your OWN page by dragging and dropping elements using Elementor.
2) Use pre-made designs using Templates.
That’s it! This is how easily you can launch your website. So just,
– Get your Hosting & Domain
– Import the Demo Content
– & Edit it to make your OWN Website.
Just Start Here ➜ your Business Email Address ➜ Elementor Pro ➜ Astra Premium ➜ Share & Comment. [It encourages us to make more tutorials like this!]
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If you want to build a website or ecommerce shop, but have the process be as easy as possible, then Simvoly may be for you…
Link: so I tested this and scanned all the comment on AppSumo, here are my notes:
SPEED OF IMPLEMENTATION
– Lifetime Hosting
– Very Fast
– ZERO Fees for ecom
– Can add custom CSS & Scripts
– Can you change domain names – YES
– Can I use an affiliate program – YES
– Is Simvoly EU GDPR compliant – YES
– Do you support EU VAT regulations – YES
– Can I use as a membership site and let members in buy paying a fee? Yes, you can have member registrations, assign members into different member groups with access to premium content. We soon add Service product on purchase to add the client to a specific premium group with access to that content automatically.
– What happens when you change themes – LOOSE EVERYTHING, MAYBE
– Table rate shipping – NO
– Customize store emails – NOT YET
Check it out at your own free website. Unlimited creativity, zero ads. Neocities is a social network of 156,800 web sites that are bringing back the lost individual creativity of the web. We offer free static web hosting and tools that allow you to create your own web site. Join us!
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In this step by step tutorial we show you how you can build your own website using Wix in 2018.
– Start building: Google Email signup: will cover the process from signing up to using the paid features in Wix. You will learn how to use the ADI, the virtual assistant of Wix, edit and design content on your site, as well as optimise it for search engines. We will cover some of the back-end of Wix and your options of adding features/apps to your website as well.
We like using Wix due to its drag and drop intuitive user interface, the many pre-made design options and low learning curve. So we think it is a great place for beginners to start building their website without having to spend much time learning the ins and outs of coding.
We hope you find the tutorial helpful in building your brand new website in 2018.
1:25 Signing Up
2:13 Choosing a Template
3:55 Using the ADI
6:03 Editing a site in the ADI Editor
10:00 Changing sections in the ADI Editor
13:32 Moving around sections in the ADI Editor
17:48 Basic functions in the classic Wix Editor (if you chose a template)
21:01 Adding Blank Page & adding strips
23:35 Creating your own icons
25:50 Adding Media to your website
27:15 Adding Lightboxes(Pop-Ups) to your Website
28:30 Useful Keyboard Shortcuts
29:04 Making Navigation easy via frozen Header and Anchor Menu
35:46 Additional Features in Wix
37:26 Wix Dashboard
41:18 Wix Code
42:20 Site History
43:20 Seo Wizard
46:09 Publishing Website
48:06 Upgrading to the paid version
52:39 Uploading a Favicon & Google Analytics
55:15 Checking the finished website & Outro
Learn to build a chat web app in this full tutorial from Beau Carnes. The app uses React, Redux, Redux-Saga, and web sockets.
Having some experience with React and Redux would be helpful, but it isn’t required.
💻 Github: CSS File: React basics video: Based on this article by Flavio Copes: Check out his blog: Beau Carnes on Twitter: to code for free and get a developer job: hundreds of articles on technology: subscribe for new programming videos every day:
Welcome to part 1 of this 2-part series where I am going to show you how to build a complete membership site by combining MemberPress and Divi.
Join me as I walk you through how to setup your membership site with everything you need for selling an online course or product, including custom registration pages, email notifications, and three levels of membership that drips content over a period of time.
Plus a whole lot more. I’ll also show you how to design your membership pages by using membership shortcodes in combination with the Divi builder. You don’t want to miss
This lesson starts from square zero and progresses through layout and styling for a homepage and contact page. (Part 2: this full course on Webflow