Custom-Designed Blog, Website, or E-commerce Site plus Training at Fuze Local (Up to 87% Off)

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Web designers customize sites to their clients' needs, crafting blogs, websites, and e-commerce sites for weddings, businesses, and more

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Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required, subject to availability. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Site hosting included, and extended and additional services available through merchant. In-person training and support available in addition to phone support. Maintenance requires monthly subscription with a locked in rate of Groupon purchase price. Web site content to be provided by customer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $49 for custom-designed blog with training ($298 value)
  • $79 for custom-designed website, email and training ($598 value)
  • $119 for custom-designed e-commerce site with training ($648 value)

All options include training, no start up fee, one free month of neighborhood marketing, which includes up to 1,000 flyers, and a site update. To see what's included in each package, click here.

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: The Fibers of the Web

How does a website come to be? Take a look at Groupon's study of the three languages that determine the basic look of any website.

HTML: An acronym for “hyper-text-markup language,” HTML is the language responsible for the structure of pages on the web. HTML determines how and where a browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer displays its information on a webpage. HTML consists of descriptors, called tags, and elements, that give visual characteristics to text and images on a website. These characteristics include whether text appears bold, when to indicate that you've started a new paragraph, and where a table begins and ends.

CSS: On most websites, HTML works in tandem with CSS, short for “cascading style sheets.” Whereas HTML lays out the format of a webpage, CSS lays out its presentation, defining a standard style for things such as colors, fonts, and sizes. Built out of necessity when designers needed to create more in-depth visual elements than HTML could handle alone, CSS offers another big advantage: simply altering one element on a CSS page can instantly affect the change across the entire website.

JavaScript: While HTML and CSS affects the way information is displayed on a website, JavaScript affects the way it behaves. One of the most popular programming languages in use, JavaScript can be inserted into HTML pages to make websites more dynamic, carrying out interactive tasks such as validating a password or prompting a user for specific information.

Altogether, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript form the common toolset used to develop a website's front end, or the parts that users can see and interact with. Developers also work in the back end to create databases and other sorts of scaffolding—the specifics of which all depend on a website's specific needs.


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