Step 1: Choose your website developer. For this tutorial, we'll be using Weebly.
My computer screenshot isn't working at the moment. I will contact the app and when it works again I'll update this post. Sorry!
Step 2: Click "site" and select your theme
Because we're just starting out, choose the theme white theme on the right.
Step 3: Choose your new URL
A URL is your site name. Choose something simple, but you can always change it later. For now, let's work with a free domain. Here is advice from a Weebly Support Article:
Next you'll choose your site's address (also called a domain). This isn't particularly important until you've finished your site and Published it, so if you don't already know which domain you want to use the simplest thing to do is to select a free subdomain of Weebly.com using the first option. Much like the theme and the title, this is yet another part of the site that's easy to change, and we'll cover domain names in more detail later in this guide.
I would suggest using somewhat the same words as your domain. Because I'm creating this website along with you, my website is called www.sampleelephant,weebly.com. So I am going to name my website Sample Elephant.
Step 4: Organize your homepage
Weebly automatically makes the page "Home" your homepage, so let's keep that for now. It comes with a head line, description, and a button so let's work with that. First, write your website title in the headline so people don't get confused. Now let's change the font at the very top of the page ( the website title). Later, you can change it to anything you want, but as I keep repeating, for now let's just go with the font Lilly. Another great way to build your title is to visit the site Presto Box. Next, edit the description. Just in a couple sentences, describe your website. For the button, just write get started and link it to the "about" page. You can do this by clicking on the button and selecting "standard page" and then choose about.
Step 4: Organize the "About" page
Obviously, you start out by going to the about page. You should see a header image with sailboats on it. Click "edit image" and scroll until you find an image you like. I chose one that was a multi colored diamond pattern. And then click save to all pages. Now you can add many elements like text and image to tell them about you, or your website/company, or staff.
Step 5: Organize the "Contact" page
You may add social media links, email addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers, etc.
Now you have your new website! If you do make one, please comment down below the URL so I can see it. You can also tweet or email me the URL.
PS My sample website for you guys is here.
So, for the screenshot tool (also known as snipping tool) I contacted the app (the app I wanted to use is called Lightshot) but I just contacted them as I finished up this post, so I just went to another app. But the problem is that I would have to start over to screenshot every thing, and this post took me over an hour. I love my readers, but not enough to spend two hours writing a blog post. So I'm just going to include a screenshot of the finished website: