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How TO - Build a Website Learn how to create a fast and awesome responsive website that will work on all devices, PC, laptop, tablet, and phone. Create a Website with a CSS Framework Start Page Template A "Layout Draft" It is always wise to draw a layout draft of the page design before building a website. Having a "Layout Draft" will make it a lot easier to create a web site: Navigation bar Slideshow The Band Description of the band Description of the band Description of the band Article Article Article Footer Doctype, Meta Tags, and CSS The doctype should define the page as an HTML5 document: A meta tag should define the character set to be UTF-8: A viewport meta tag should make the web site work on all devices and screen resolutions: W3.CSS should take care of all our styling needs and all device and browser differences: To learn more about styling with W3.CSS, please visit our W3.CSS Tutorial. Our first empty web page will look much like this:

Note: If you want to create a website from scratch, without the help of a CSS framework, read our How To Make a Website Tutorial. Creating Page Content Inside the element of our web site we will use our "Layout Picture" and create: A navigation bar A slide show A header Some sections and articles A footer Semantic Elements HTML5 introduced several new semantic elements. Semantic elements are important to use because they define the structure of web pages and helps screen readers and search engines to read the page correctly. These are some of the most common semantic HTML elements: The element can be used to define a part of a website with related content. The element can be used to define an individual piece of content. The element can be used to define a header (in a document, a section, or an article). The element can be used to define a footer (in a document, a section, or an article). The element can be used to define a container of navigation links. In this tutorial we will use semantic elements. However, it is up to you if you want to use
elements instead. The Navigation Bar On our "Layout Draft" we have a "Navigation bar". Home Band Tour Contact We can use a or
element as a container for the navigation links. The w3-bar class is a container for navigation links. The w3-black class defines the color of the navigation bar. The w3-bar-item and w3-button class styles the navigation links inside the bar. Slide Show On the "Layout Draft" we have a "Slide show". For the slide show we can use a or
element as a picture container: We need to add a little JavaScript to change the images every 3 seconds: // Automatic Slideshow - change image every 3 seconds var myIndex = 0; carousel(); function carousel() { var i; var x = document.getElementsByClassName("mySlides"); for (i = 0; i x.length) {myIndex = 1} x[myIndex-1].style.display = "block"; setTimeout(carousel, 3000); } Sections and Articles Looking at the "Layout Draft" we can see that the next step is to create articles. First we will create a or
element containing band information:


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The w3-container class takes care of standard padding. The w3-center class centers the content. The w3-wide class provides a wider heading. The w3-opacity class provides text transparency. The max-width style sets a maximum with of the band description section. Then we will add a paragraph describing the band:

We have created a fictional band website. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.

The w3-justify class justifies the text's right and left margins. Then create a or
with an or
about each band-member:




Footer Finally we will use a or
to create a footer:

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The fa fa classes are Font Awesome Icon classes. To use these classes you must link to a Font Awesome library: To learn more about using icons, please visit our Icons Tutorial.

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