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Web Designing is one of the highly competitive fields in this scenario. To get started in this designing world you need to know the basics. First, you'll need a working knowledge of how to code a page in HTML. Then, you'll need to be able to use CSS to create the visual effects you want, whether that's a particular layout, typography, or colors and backgrounds. 

The following are a few key skills to master:

1) HTML Basics:

The most critical first step to becoming a web designer is learning how to code HTML. By the end of this short course, you’ll know what HTML is, how it works, and how to use its most common elements. You’ll go from a blank slate to having your first fully functioning, basic hand-coded page. This will give you the fundamental foundation on which all your future designs can be built.

2) CSS Topography:

If you’re a budding web designer and you’re ready to learn CSS, then start here! If there’s one kind of styling which is arguably more important than any other in web design, it’s typography. Ideally, your sites should begin with solid typography, and the rest of the design should be built around that. For this reason, it’s important to understand the typographic portion of the design process first.

3) CSS Layout:

Now you’re ready to move on to the next fundamental element of web design: layout, which consists of Headers, Menus, Content, and a Footer. More than these there are some visual techniques that make sites stand out from one another, and bring the “design” into web design.

Hope this blog gives you the basics of Web Designing. More than the basics there is a lot of designing areas you need to master. I can suggest you a website of the famous Web Design Company Kerala which can guide you to learn and design excellent websites.

 

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