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Thread: Moving to the Next Step (Rookie)
04-10-2012, 11:03 PM #1
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Moving to the Next Step (Rookie)
Let's say your site from mockup adobe photoshop image, is now coded in HTML and CSS...it looks how you want it. (For the most part, you can always go back and tweak the style more.) Now...It's been so long for me that i feel there is a bit of an empty gap in my brain. What is the next step...to getting my website on the internet, and creating the actual pages.
A few questions such as:
- Is my next step to get hosting and domain name, and upload my current files to the FTP server?
- Anyone know any cool codes for image galleries? To where they display thumbnails...then when I click it, it kinda does the facebook thing where if I click the image it goes to the next one or previous. If so, How do I get this to stay in my content area as well too. Except when you click the thumbnail, then it brings up the full size image in a slideshowish fashion?
Yup that's basically it coding forums, i appreciate all feedback as I am now done working on my mother in laws website, it looks how I basically want it to. (i have more tweaking with the style to do, but I can definetly start to make pages for the links)
04-11-2012, 01:29 AM #2
04-11-2012, 03:53 AM #3
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dynamicdrive.com has some great image galleries and lots more.- Anyone know any cool codes for image galleries? To where they display thumbnails...then when I click it, it kinda does the facebook thing where if I click the image it goes to the next one or previous. If so, How do I get this to stay in my content area as well too. Except when you click the thumbnail, then it brings up the full size image in a slideshowish fashion?
You can get a domain name and hosting ANY time. In fact I keep one strictly for remote testing for all sites I build.
04-11-2012, 01:48 PM #4
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I recommend hostmonster.com, I've used and reviewed over 7 hosting companies this is by far the best yet and many on here recommend it.
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