Jeannie Foreman Template February 15th, 2020 - 02:25:06
There are many ways of deploying a website. Sites usually fall into three categories, some are static and some uses content management systems and some are those that are custom made. There are number of content management systems out there in the market but some of them are very popular such as Joomla, WordPress and Drupal. It's easy to find templates on internet for these CMS's, so now a day these content management systems are preferred by most of the developers. The template generally controls the appearance of the website, while the core files of the CMS maintain the content, and cascading style sheets, Flash and other web technologies.
Website templates determine a site's structure, look and feel. Do you want to start a blog with mostly text content or some sort of photo gallery? Maybe you need a social network website? Don't forget that your site design should be related to your site's theme and reflect your site's idea. Joomla music template will have a different feel and look than a sport website template, a web development company, or a muscle cars site. Website's structure should meet your site's needs. Do not forget that template is what determines a website's feel and look and it should meet your stylistic requirements.
However unless you are an experienced web developer, you will often find templates you downloaded from these template websites hard to edit. All programmers and web developers know it is often harder to learn another programmer's code than building new code. And often a website template which looks great in preview mode contains code from multiple source with different coding style, makes it even harder to understand and edit.
Now the next possible question that arises is as how to edit the web templates; isn't it? That's simple! Most web templates are editable and can be edited using popular html editors like FrontPage, DreamWeaver, GoLive and Photoshop. These html editors are easy to use and have a friendly interface. You need not be a pro to use them. Anyway in case anyone finds the editing part difficult they can always go for template customization services that are provided by most web template providers.
Another option is to have someone edit the template for you. If you really have no clue when it comes to web design, even with a prepared template, most website template companies also offer a custom design service. This keeps the cost down, which is the main benefit of utilizing a template in the first place, while still letting you enjoy the perk of having someone else do the editing.
Procure: This is where you go out there and get the best Joomla templates that you can get for your website. There are technically 3 types of Joomla templates that are available to you, going by the cost of getting them and the resulting quality. (Yes, the old 'you get what you pay for' saying applies here, too). These templates are: a. Free Joomla Templates: These are the ones that are out there that anyone can install and use on their sites. They mostly come with strings attached. They are either ad-supported, require live links to the template designer's website or a combination of both. b. Commercial Joomla Templates: These are for sale and have none of the strings associated with free Joomla templates attached. You can buy commercial (or premium) Joomla templates one at a time, in packages or through monthly subscriptions to Joomla Template Clubs. The commercial ones also have more template customization options than the free ones and usually look and feel far more professional than the free ones for obvious reasons: you paid money for these ones. c. Custom-Designed Joomla Templates: This is when you approach a template designer, give them information about the what you need and have them make a Joomla template just for you. This usually costs a little higher than the commercial templates as they are tailored to your particular needs and custom-made for your delight and ego, so to say.