Create a site map for your new website. This activity will help you plan the structure of your website and build effective navigation for your new online space.
The Internet is a big intangible place. We use it almost every day and spend a lot of time there. But where is there and how big is it? This activity asks you to draw your online world as you see it to reflect upon your online practices.
If you haven’t had experience of creating a website before, creating a site from the ground up can seem like an intimidating thing to do. This activity will help you start designing your website offline using paper. It includes bite-sized information to get you started with WordPress.
We use the World Wide Web (aka WWW or the Web) every day in work, life and education. But do you know the history of the World Wide Web and the difference between the Internet and the Web?
Bought your own personalised domain name and want to map it to your Coventry.Domains hosting? Then this is the post for you!
Universal design is a useful idea to help guide the design of web content to fit the needs of your audience. This post outlines what universal design is and how you can use this idea to help create a website that is well considered and useful to your audience.
Publishing content on the web has the potential to be open and accessible to many people when done so correctly. This post covers things to keep in mind when creating online content.
Below is a list of questions to help you think through the purpose of your website before you start building it. If you have clear answers to these questions it will help you plan towards a well-considered website. Content Are you publishing content about yourself / your practice / your work / a specific project …
Designing a website can be an abstract process, where it is difficult to know what is possible or what the space should look like until you start building. Using metaphors to describe your new space can help you articulate and pin down what you want to do, and support you to flex your creative thinking …
Once you have built your first self-hosted website, you can build secondary websites that share the same domain name. With Coventry.Domains, your first website will likely be found on your main subdomain address otherwise known as your root domain, e.g. ‘pseudonym.coventry.domains’. Using sub-subdomains and directories, you can build additional websites that also sit on your …