There are a large number of web creation software available
for those looking at creating a website. These vary from the simple style 'what
you see is what you get' to the professional fully fledged packages. Whilst some
software are free, you can expect to pay a nominal amount to many thousands of
dollars, depending on your needs and wants.
Whilst the 'what you see is what
you get' web creation programs do not necessarily require you to learn the
coding, it is a good idea to get at least a rudimentary understanding of HTML
(Hyper Text Markup Language). This can stand you in good stead when trying to
trouble shoot why your page displays a certain way.
Of course if you only have a few pages, you do not necessarily need to learn
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Things change when your site is made up of
hundreds if not thousands of pages. Cascading Style Sheets is a style sheet
language that describes how your page is presented. If implemented fully, it
also provides an easy way to change the look of your website that consists of
possibly thousands of pages with ease.