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royal
07-21-2011, 03:39 AM
Hi Everyone,
If you are a website owner and are struggling with the frustrating reality that to edit your web pages is causing you more stress than you anticipated, this articles aims to review the 5 ways people now edit web pages. And hopeful giving you some options to allowing you to improve your website, without allowing the technical hurdles to slow you down.

5 Ways To Edit Web Pages

Hire someone to manage your website. They typically will be a web designer, or someone fairly familiar with websites. Whenever you have a change that is needed for your website, you will have to call or email them, and wait for that change to be implemented on your page

You can do it yourself. And there are two forms of DIY that we can review here. You can, in some ways, become a web designer, which can require you to learn HTML, CSS, and a variety of other programming languages. People confronted by having to learn to design or redesign their own website, usually are at the end of their ropes, and are desperately trying to get something changed or edited on their web page. So an act of necessity turns into a full-time endeavor.

Some turn to some popular solutions out there to help folks edit web pages. They typically are designed to answer the frustration of the non technical website owner, who wants to have the control over editing his/her website, doesn't mind learning a moderate amount of programming/code, but still doesn't want to do it from scratch. So software like FrontPage, Dreamweaver, or...help the programming novice in this way.

You can decide to just skip all of that altogether by using a Content Management System, in order to give you the flexibility of editing your web pages. This still can require some technical know how, but using popular platforms like WordPress, are fast making this a option for many website owners. Because it's an open source platform, you have access to support, a wide community of developers, who are always uploading plugins and widgets that do a myriad of functions, that you don't have to customize yourself.

You can continue to use your current website, but employ the services of one of the easy to use, online web editors. There are a few that are better known, and used by many website owners. They'll give you a simple button you can place in your tool bar at the top of your screen. And anytime you visit your website, and desire to edit a web page, simple click on the button. Out of all the options, this is probably the easiest way to edit web pages that are already built.

stefanraj
07-21-2011, 04:08 AM
This is a great article given here. This is very informative.Thanks for sharing it with us.