How to Make a Website that’s Awesome – PowerPoint SlideDeck – 02

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How to Make a Website that’s Awesome – PowerPoint SlideDeck – 02
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How to make a website that’s awesome

Here are the resources I use:

Why Aim for an Awesome Website?
– have your end goal in mind
– business websites need professionalism
– personal websites can be more casual
– evaluate your options and then do something!

Web Hosting is Awesome
– figure out what web hosting is right for you
– share hosting is fine for most people
– VPS hosting for >2,000 hits per day
– dedicated hosting for >15,000 hits per day
– share hosting is where you start

Don’t Forget Your Domain Name
– make it meaningful
– make it easy to spell
– make it catchy
– make it original
– no dashes & no numbers

Create the Website
– you can program it all if you want
– no need to start from scratch
– start with a content management system (CMS)

Content Management Systems Rock
– Joomla, Drupal, and many more are options
– WordPress is a great start
– Just go with WordPress, please!

Why Use a Content Management System
– choose from ready-made designs
– use ready-made plugins
– tons of support available
– no need to know how to program
– keep more of your money $$$

Big Website Dreams And You
– keep your big dreams in mind
– but start out doing the basics
– pick your host & domain name
– pick your content management system
– do something today

Here are the resources I use:

Gurren lagann
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When i started to sand here ive noticed there was no resin it was just card stock so i just did a fast patch job


If you have any questions please let me know i don’t bite πŸ˜‰

My deviantart Watch me if you got one it would be awesome if you did πŸ˜€

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San Francisco Fire Escape
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Playing around with Aperture 2.0 and the awesome BorderFX plugin. I’ve also been shooting in RAW format a lot more. The color looks so much more amazing in RAW/TIFF format than JPEG (for obvious reasons). I can’t wait to print some photos up to truly appreciate the difference.

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