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Design Your Own Website with Microsoft’s WebMatrix

Design Your Own Website with Microsoft’s WebMatrix:

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You can build your own website with Microsoft’s WebMatrix Toolkit. You can build your own website with Microsoft’s WebMatrix Toolkit. This free program makes Web development easy it you are just getting started in this area. WebMatrix lets you focus on the things that are important on your Web site. Here are some of the things that you can do with WebMatrix.

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 Create your own Website

Microsoft provide you with the Web Platform Installer. This allows you to download and install the application. It is fast and you’ll running the program in less than 5 minutes. After that Microsoft makes it simple to get and install the latest version of any of your favorite free web applications such as WordPress, Joomla!, DotNetNuke and Orchard.

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Customize your website

WebMatrix provides you with a variety of tools that you’ll need in a single unified interface. This means that you won’t have to switch between multiple applications so you can perform ordinary web development tasks. You can easily edit your files, or managing your database of information, and even modify your server settings.

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Publish your website

WebMatrix lets you show your website to the world. What if you don’t have a hosting provider? Microsoft has thought of that too. Access the WebMatrix hosting gallery where you’ll find a hosting provider that is guaranteed to run your site smoothly. It will also allowing you to publish directly from WebMatrix.

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Tutorials

This may look well and dandy, but what if you are not ready to design your website? If that is the case look at the tutorials that Microsoft has provided.  Microsoft has put together nine tutorials that will help new web design users get started. Here is an overview of what they will accomplish for you.

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Part 1 introduces you to WebMatrix and how you can install and use it.

Part 2 teaches you how to create your first Web Page using WebMatrix.

Part 3 gets you started with CSS and style sheets so you can make your page more beautiful.

Part 4 teaches you layout and how you can use layout in WebMatrix for common code across your pages.

Part 5 is all about data, where you’ll learn how to use a database in your web page, and make it more dynamic.

Part 6 shows you how to build a page that allows your users to add data to your database, so your site can render it.

Part 7 builds on this to show you how you can have a page to edit your database, and see the changes updated automatically.

Part 8 finishes off the application by showing you how to create a delete page for your data

Part 9 shows you how to publish your site to the internet using WebMatrix.

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The CRUD Experience

By using these tutorials, Microsoft provides you with a way to learn how to build a simple web application. You can teach yourself how to write a simple Web Application using WebMatrix, CSS, HTML, HTML5, ASP.NET, SQL, Databases, and more web programming features in just a few hours.

The tutorials will allow instruct you on how to design a web site to manage a list of your favorite movies. It is conceptually simple. The tutorials will demonstrate the full list of capabilities of a complete web application, this includes using a database to drive the content, and it also provides an editing and programming functionality to allow users to modify the database, and add, and edit, and delete data. (CRUD – Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete)

By the end of the tutorials, you will have enough experience and confidence to pursue your web design on your own.

WebMatrix Download Link

 

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System requirements

  • Supported Operating Systems are Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows XP SP3+, Windows Server 2003 SP2+, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2.
  • You must have a live Internet connection.

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