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How To Create a Website

There are different ways to create a website. We will give you an overview for each so you can choose the one you prefer.

Use an Offline Website Builder

Use an Online Website Builder

Use a Content Management System

Hire a Professional Web Designer and Developer

 

Use an offline website builder

Offline website builders are software you can use to create a website locally in your computer (for example, Dreamweaver, WYSIWYG Web Builder, Mobirise, etc.). When using this kind of software, you can create a website offline and store your website files on your local computer until you are ready to publish or upload them to your preferred web host.

If you've chosen Crazy Domains to host your website, here's how you can upload your files:

Web hosting product Usage User guides
Linux Hosting and Business Hosting Best for uploading one file at a time. Upload your files using cPanel File Manager
Windows Hosting Best for uploading one file at a time. Upload your files using Plesk File Manager
All web hosting products Best for bulk file transfer and large files. Upload your files via FTP

 

Use an Online Website Builder

Online Website Builders are web hosting servers with built-in web builder software. This is probably the easiest way to create a website since this type of website builder is a template-based. What you'll see on your editor is what you'll get when you publish the site. Try our Website Builder free for 15 days.

 

Use a Content Management System (CMS)

Another way to create a website is to use CMS. CMS are third-party applications you can install to your web hosting space (for example, WordPress).

Find out how you can install WordPress to your web hosting space:

We also offer a hosting solution dedicated to WordPress (hosting with pre-installed WordPress). See our WordPress Hosting plan.

 

Hire a Professional Web Designer and Developer

We can also create a website for you. Our web design and development experts are here to help. Check our Web Design plans to learn more.

 

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