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  1. Hi! If you did not get your validation email, just email me directly at: stefan at killersites.com ... And I will update your account so you can use the forum. PS: remember to include your forum user ID. Thanks, Stefan
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  2. In all sorts of ways. We can start by writing a book in response to your question. For one, you can use AI to help you with PPC conversion on the ads you run for your brand. Then from there, you can get into all the manual tasks you can replace with AI.
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  3. Hi there. Well, there are a few strategies you can try. First, make sure your website is easy to navigate and user-friendly. Second, focus on creating content that's interesting and engaging for your target audience.
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  4. To become a web designer, there are several skills and tools that you need to learn. In this article, we will discuss some of the most important things you need to learn to become a successful web designer. Table of Contents Introduction Basic Design Principles HTML and CSS Responsive Web Design JavaScript and jQuery User Experience (UX) Design Graphic Design and Image Editing Content Management Systems (CMS) Conclusion FAQs 1. Introduction Web design involves creating and designing websites that are both visually appealing and functional. To become a successful web designer, you need to have a good understanding of design principles, coding languages, and tools. 2. Basic Design Principles The foundation of web design is a good understanding of basic design principles. This includes things like color theory, typography, layout, and visual hierarchy. You should have a good eye for design and be able to create visually appealing websites that are easy to navigate. 3. HTML and CSS HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the building blocks of web design. You should have a good understanding of both HTML and CSS to create web pages that are well-structured and visually appealing. You will use HTML to structure the content of a web page, while CSS is used to style and layout the page. 4. Responsive Web Design In today's world, more people access the internet through mobile devices than ever before. Responsive web design is the process of creating websites that are optimized for all devices, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones. You should have a good understanding of responsive web design principles and be able to create websites that are optimized for all devices. 5. JavaScript and jQuery JavaScript is a programming language used to create dynamic and interactive web pages. jQuery is a JavaScript library that makes it easier to write JavaScript code. You should have a good understanding of both JavaScript and jQuery to create interactive and engaging websites. 6. User Experience (UX) Design User Experience (UX) design is the process of designing websites that are easy to use and provide a good user experience. This includes things like user research, usability testing, and creating user personas. You should have a good understanding of UX design principles and be able to create websites that are easy to use and provide a good user experience. 7. Graphic Design and Image Editing As a web designer, you will also need to have a good understanding of graphic design and image editing. This includes things like creating logos, icons, and other visual elements. You should also be proficient in image editing software like Adobe Photoshop or Sketch. 8. Content Management Systems (CMS) Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress or Drupal make it easier to create and manage websites. You should have a good understanding of CMS and be able to create websites using these platforms. 9. Conclusion To become a successful web designer, you need to have a good understanding of design principles, coding languages, and tools. By mastering the skills and tools discussed in this article, you can become a successful web designer and create visually appealing and functional websites. 10. FAQs What is web design? Web design is the process of creating and designing websites that are both visually appealing and functional. What is HTML? HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a markup language used to structure content on the web. What is CSS? CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in HTML.
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  5. Hello all, I'm new to coding and web development. I know enough HTML, CSS, JS and PHP to design a website and integrate it into wordpress.org. I figure now is a good time to start doing free/cheap freelance jobs and it seems like most freelance jobs are web developer jobs… The thing is… elementor pro looks amazing. It looks like one could put together a really awesome responsive website in less than an hour… way better than I could do. Plus with elementor pro you can add all kinds of plugins that are way more supported and functional than anything I could create and/or maintain. So I'm wondering… why would a freelance web developer ever need to use code at all in 2023?
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  6. Because you will find many projects where elementor and any other builder will not have the features you need. Stef
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  7. You're not going to be deleting them though are you Stef? The Wordpress theme building one in particular I was intending to do as that was a direction I thinking about going in. The paypal shipping cart also seemed like a useful string to add to your bow. Are they being superseded by newer courses? Cheers Jim.
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  8. In this video, Stefan does a deep dive into developer salaries in California. An analysis comparing salaries between Python, PHP, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, C++ and C# developers. How much does experience impact salaries? What developer specialization makes more money? Data-scientist, web developers, full stack developers, front end developers ...? Join our Need2Nerd Newsletter: https://need2nerd.com/ Check out Stefan's Mentorship Program: https://need2nerd.com/mentoring/
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  9. Here are my top 10 reasons to not use Ruby: Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. Stef doesn't like it. I hope my arguments make sense.
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