The Easiest Ways To Make A Personal Website Without Any Coding Skills
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how to make a websiteThere are so many reasons for everyday people to have their own website these days, such as building a professional profile or having a showcase space for a home business. Whatever your reasoning is for wanting your own site, most people have just one question: Can I make one without learning how to code? The answer is yes!

There are a number of companies which specialise in making it easy for you to build a website without using code. Some also make it easy for you to create a good-looking site without having any prior design skills. This means you will be able to make your own website look fantastic without any trouble at all. Just pick your preferred method and get started. is a very simple profile building tool to enable anyone to create the perfect profile website for free, without using any code. All you need to do is enter your websites and social media links, choose a background and basic design type and you’re done! Read more about here Flavorsme - Create Your Own Free Personalized Webpage Flavorsme - Create Your Own Free Personalized Webpage Read More .

Check out Cassandra Lee Walker’s page to see how easily you can make a stand-out profile for yourself. Just upload the perfect photo and choose the right layout to match it.

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Adobe Muse

Adobe Muse is the perfect tool for designers who understand Adobe products well, but don’t want to learn how to code. You can use tools you’re comfortable with to make the perfect design, then simply upload the working design to the site.

Adobe Muse can be used on a one year plan for US$14.99 per month or as part of Creative Cloud for US$49.99 per month. These prices may seem a little high, but when compared to the full price cost of Adobe products bought up-front, they don’t seem so bad. Read more about Adobe Muse How To Create A Simple Personal Landing Page Using Adobe Muse How To Create A Simple Personal Landing Page Using Adobe Muse There's two main stages involved in the website design process. The first is designing the look of the pages and the second is translating the design into the the webpages. The first stage requires design... Read More and Creative Cloud.

Julie Gratz is a designer who has used Adobe Muse to create a very different type of website, showing just how easy it is to think outside the box using this tool. Without any code, she’s created a beautiful design which is easy to navigate and yet completely unlike most other websites.

no code web design is an easy way to create HTML5-enabled websites for free, without learning any code. In addition to the easy-to-use Wix tools, you can then host your website for free on Wix, too. Read about how to set up a basic site using Wix here How To Create A Professional-Looking Flash Website For Free How To Create A Professional-Looking Flash Website For Free Read More .

There’s not even any need to have great design skills using Wix. They have made a great selection of HTML5-based templates available for free users to simply edit and customise.

Here is their Organic Garden theme, which is ready for you to customise. There’s a changing photo, plus several circular photo icons with titles showing when you hover over them. To use it, all you have to do is add your own photos, text and maybe change a few colours here and there. If you want to move elements around you can do it easily with a drag and drop move. There are many more templates to choose from, too. Or you can simply design your own from scratch!

how to make a website

More Great Website Builders

There are so many great website builders The Best Website Builders to Create a Clean Online Portfolio The Best Website Builders to Create a Clean Online Portfolio Having an online portfolio is critical for today's digital worker. Which free website builder is best for your portfolio? We help you pick out the suitable one from the ten contenders. Read More that it’s impossible to do them all justice in one article. However, here’s a few more we’ve written about previously:

Have you tried any of these tools? Which do you prefer? Why?

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  1. Piero
    October 14, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    thank you, i was looking for something like this.

  2. Anonymous
    July 10, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Definitely using templates is the simplest way of creating a website without coding. Even, one can start with different templates each time while starting a new project because there is no lack of such templates in this online arena. Within single click, one can find ample of providers such as and more. Just by simply edit and customize the template’s content, you can intensify your own exotic and stylish website.

  3. tim
    September 15, 2012 at 4:28 pm

    Joomla is another cookie cutter. It does not make you complete control of your coding. You have fine right template that fits to your customer needs. What happens customer later says I dont like the content look? Yup have to buy another web Template. Total joke. Having control with my own coding I can redesign how customers feels and look of it. So having joomla, drupal is just cookie cutter clutter.

  4. tim
    September 15, 2012 at 4:24 pm

    lol dont need these help me. I am a we. Developer and designer. I built my site up without these simple cookie cutter tools you say is simple. Best part building my own site without these cookie cutter tools is I have complete control of my coding. You people thinking your a web designer and charging people to make there website are just all wannabes. If you ever think about applying for a job maybe put that on your resume cookie cutter experience hahaha

  5. R. Adam Quigley
    July 2, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    I use Joomla to make my websites. Easy and with templates I can change the look at anytime and have a fresh look that makes people think I have upgraded or changed software. Very little to the learning curve and gets updated when ever a major issue is found so you stay a little ahead in the game.

    • Angela Alcorn
      July 3, 2012 at 7:32 am

      I love Joomla, but I didn't think it was quite simple enough for the needs of this article. It keeps getting better though. :)

    • tim
      September 15, 2012 at 4:35 pm

      Joomla is just a cookie cutter. I prefer to built site on my own. I have complete control of my coding. No need buy each template fit the look of the website. Also joomla makes you update each version so many times which in all ruins your apps or website looks

  6. kevin
    June 30, 2012 at 8:08 pm

    Thanks Angela. I have explored wix. Cool and beautiful. I may need to try others.

  7. Alistair
    June 30, 2012 at 1:05 pm this is where I started off.

    • Angela Alcorn
      June 30, 2012 at 5:17 pm

      Thanks for sharing!

  8. Ben
    June 30, 2012 at 8:48 am

    If I elect to use, must I host the site with them?

    • Rob Read
      June 30, 2012 at 3:11 pm

      I use flash images produced in Wix on my Yola site without problems. It has the advantage that text on the Yola page loads first which a viewer with a slow internet connection can read while waiting for the flash images to load.

      • Angela Alcorn
        June 30, 2012 at 5:16 pm

        That's a cool idea!

      • tim
        September 15, 2012 at 4:31 pm

        Flash is going down hill. Html5 is becoming popular due to working well for smartphones and no need download flash plugin anymore

    • Angela Alcorn
      June 30, 2012 at 5:16 pm

      I think so, but you can point your domain there easily.

  9. cypherinfo
    June 30, 2012 at 8:33 am

    Hello, another great way is: Open Source Community. I mean men and women willing to build you much more than a simple free professional web site; I mean a complex database user interface and so on.
    One example? The joomla community with its free extensions and developers available to assist you for free and me: @cypherinfo.
    I webdev free professional web site and database UI for my followers!

    Thank you.

    • Angela Alcorn
      June 30, 2012 at 5:14 pm

      I didn't know there were Joomla devs willing to help anyone. You rock!

      • tim
        September 15, 2012 at 4:30 pm

        Joomla web dev do not help for free. They charge you. No such thing is free for real web developers.