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How to Build a Killer Website Homepage from Scratch in 4 Easy Steps — 8 Comments

  1. Happy to find this post. Actually last week I’ve started working on my new site it’s on the Word Press platform as well. its good to know that I am on the best CMS :). I thought of having a website only with blogroll front page but I think using a dynamic front page is much more effective. You are right about the logo, I have to use a logo, thank you for the inspiration 🙂 Looking forward to more tips. 

  2. I love the passion of helping other to thrive and succeed .Youngster nowdays would really need this kind of help and offer to have alternative incoming and career other than working with linear income that are taught by school.Gen Y are suffering from job opportunity & industry standard that school are unable to provide to.I think program and course from WA and your are a great pathway for the next generation .

  3. Hi, 

    I found the most interesting statement in the article in the last paragraph – Keeping an up to date website is another way of improving your SEO ranking. So, I should constantly be changing the front page of website and the content it includes?

    If this is the case – would a front page as a blog suffice seeing that it constantly changes with each post you publish? Just a thought! 

    Thanks for your answer in advance. I’m relatively new to this blogging lark and I don’t really know what direction to go with my homepage…

    • Hi Chris, I am constantly tweaking, and I believe a blogroll front page is for lazy webdesigners. I would say, use the best of both, the blogroll change and a dynamic front page. You can add a gallery on your homepage, where you can change easily the featured image to your latest post, so it renews also, every time you add a new post, just a thought:)

      Loes

  4. I definitely agree that WordPress is a great CMS for building websites. I have build and maintained websites in other systems, but WP is definitely my favorite. It is very user-friendly and at the same time it is possible to make any design with the right theme.

    As you mention a page builder is a great way to make WP even more flexible – I use one myself. Will however be interesting to see how it will work out once the Gutenberg version of WP with its own page builder is rolled out. Do you have any thoughts this?

    • Hi Mike, thank you. I haven’t tried out the new Gutenberg editor yet, I did view a couple of training on this though, and it looks very handy to me, I am quite fond of HTML and I do hope I keep the opportunity to edit the HTML codes.

      Loes

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