HTML6 will overtake the market of HTML5> moreover it is going to be the best platform for developing Android and iPhone apps.
Hey there, I have been a blogger for the past six years and frankly it has been getting tired and stale. It's the same thing day in, day out. Recently a co-worker introduced me to Adobe Muse and I am going back to school to learn web design so I can make my own websites. Don't get me wrong, blogging is cool but I am tired of blogging now. I want to know if it is more rewarding and more stable to work with websites instead of blogs.
My issue is the updating of websites. I want to be able to make websites about my favourite new movies and music, not to mention TV shows and Caribbean culture. I'll do three different sites of course as I like to divide and conquer and I hate doing the general thing. I already have a domain name picked out and I would sign up and start doing my websites as early as this evening. I have been positing like crazy on message boards about this but I wanted your take. I know you have done websites before and a co-worker, recently introduced me to Adobe Muse and I am loving the drag and drop features. It's easy to use and it's great to use and I am still learning to publish.
What I want to know if how you update blogs without manually pushing down later posts down to a new page or to the bottom of an existing page, because in blogs WordPress does this for you automatically when you publish something new. I know webpage programs vary but what is the general procedure like?
Blogs automatically create pages where things are basically archives to an older page with the older posts being there and newer posts appearing at the top of the main page. I really want to do websites again and learning how to create my own sites and all is cool. What I want to know as well is, if I can import my own templates and apply them to my site in Adobe Muse and Adobe Dreamweaver which I have used in the past when it was a Macromedia product.
Also how do I publish my website or publish updated stuff like updated pages and items, etc? Blogs are fun and all but lately it's just getting tired so with emerging technologies like php and css as well as html5 which are the future is it worth it to create blogs to put your opinions and content out there or work with websites and are most pages out there blogs or regular websites? Which is more profitable?
I ask this because while websites are here to stay and have been around first and longer and still going strong blogs are hot and popular. Blogs haven't been able to topple websites.
Do you have a website or websites for yourself and how has it been, the process and so on? Can you update easily and do you use Adobe Dreamweaver? How is your web publishing and web content experience?
What is web content like to you and where do you see your content going in the next five to ten years because while social media like Facebook is hot now, wit may not be hot in the next five to ten years. It may be a trend now that may evaporate in a few years so the next big thing may come along and websites and blogs may hold their own. What is your take? Right now I'm leaning towards websites.