B. Wants websites that lay outside the standard template forms. In other words, you basically have to stick with the standard template in which you can resize and move around. However, this still is limiting to some but not many.

Use JavaScript to include a custom font on your webpages. Libraries like Typekit and Google Web Fonts make it easy to include esoteric fonts on webpages, even if most visitors don’t have those fonts on their computers. It works by embedding the font itself into JavaScript so that it can be decoded by the client on the fly.

A site that is easy-to-use always encourages visitors to stay and read your content. For site with long pages of content this is very crucial as the amount of scrolling required is reduced. Suppose your site doesn’t look good for a particular resolution it is very probable that the visitor will close the browser window feeling that the web page is not for their viewing. Designing stretch layouts that fit any screen resolution ensures that you know all your visitors see a visually appealing and professional site.

When you become a more advanced user, you can feel free to use notepad. Notepad files can be used to create code for your website (HTML, CSS, Javascript, etc) and that code can be saved as a .htm file. Once saved, it can be opened in a web browser and viewed. This is a bit of a roundabout process however, and if you have a good web development suite, you will be able to create your document and view it in real time. This method will save you a lot of time and effort, and many choose it for web design.

Secret #1 cPanel – Make sure you choose a web hosting company that uses cPanel. You would not believe how easy your first website will be if you use this. It stands for Control Panel and allows you to install the best web design software with 1 click of the mouse! The hosting company I use is Hostgator.com – a big American company.

Make a favicon for your site. A favicon will help users who add your website to their bookmark see your page more easily. When they are looking at the bookmarks they have created, your little favicon will make an impression. Try making a favicon that goes with your theme and logo.

I find that some money can be made from this. It depends on how well you design your website and how well you encourage your visitors to click on the banners. Your website has to be carefully designed and the wordings selected to induce people to go to the merchant you represent. Some merchants pay 5%, some 10%, and some more. By carefully choosing the merchant to match the contents of your website you will get more click-throughs. More click-throughs means more sales. It’s a numbers game.

Make some extra money. Once you have your own blog, you can sign up with Google AdSense which let’s you earn money every time someone clicks on an ad on your blog. Another option could be to sell advertising space on your blog.