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Web design is the process of creating sites . It encompasses a number of diverse elements, including webpage layout, content creation, and image design. As the terms web design and web development are frequently used interchangeably, web design is technically a sub set of the wider group of internet development. Web sites are created with a markup language named HTML. Web designers build pages using HTML tags that define the content and meta-data of each page.

https://bit.ly/2ZP7omS and appearance of those elements within a webpage have been typically defined with CSS, or cascading stylesheets. Therefore, most sites include a blend of HTML and CSS that defines the size of each page can look at a browser. Some web designers like to hand code pages (typing HTML and CSS from scratch), but others work with a"WYSIWYG" editor like Adobe Dreamweaver. This type of editor gives a visual interface for designing the webpage layout and the computer software automatically produces the corresponding HTML and CSS code. Yet another popular way to create sites is with a content management system like WordPress or even Joomla. These services deliver different site templates that can be applied as a starting point for a fresh site. Webmasters may subsequently add content and customize the layout working with an internet interface. While HTML and CSS are used to create the appearance and feel of a website, images needs to be created separately. For that reason, graphic-design can overlap with web design, since graphic artists often create pictures for use on the Web. Some graphics programs like Adobe Photoshop even incorporate a"Save for Web..." option that offers a simple way to export pictures in a format optimized to web publishing.

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