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Hi there friends, 

 

As a couple of you may know Im new to all this world of design and illustration. I´ve been using AD since I started, only use Illustrator for a couple of things that are not available (yet) in AD. I´ve been looking for this on the web, maybe I haven´t look for it well, but what better place to ask than in Affinity forums. The things is I have a web design. All my pages, or my one page web site. How do I put it on the web to work properly? I don´t know how to do it, can someone please help me.

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

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Websites consist of HTML for the structure/markup, CSS for the look/style, and possibly JavaScript for some dynamic functionality. What you do in your graphic design application is create a visual guideline so you know what the site is going to look like while you are working on the code in your preferred code editor. Except from exporting a few images for use on the website, AD has not much to do with getting a website online and functional. If you have no idea about coding whatsoever, and aren’t willing to learn it, it might be better if you hire someone who does. While there are applications that can output code out of graphic designs I wouldn’t recommend them for production sites. Any application is just a tool, and a tool can only be as good or useful as the person using it. And no tool can currently replace a real web developer (yet).

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Websites consist of HTML for the structure/markup, CSS for the look/style, and possibly JavaScript for some dynamic functionality. What you do in your graphic design application is create a visual guideline so you know what the site is going to look like while you are working on the code in your preferred code editor. Except from exporting a few images for use on the website, AD has not much to do with getting a website online and functional. If you have no idea about coding whatsoever, and aren’t willing to learn it, it might be better if you hire someone who does. While there are applications that can output code out of graphic designs I wouldn’t recommend them for production sites. Any application is just a tool, and a tool can only be as good or useful as the person using it. And no tool can currently replace a real web developer (yet).

Thank you very much Stephan!! Will learn to program and code ;) 

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