Whilst attempting to read about creating websites, I stumbled across Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS and Wordpress, released in 2014. Though the artwork is a bit simple, the comic is informational and thorough in its explanations of how to achieve a basic understanding of these essential web design tools. In the first section, HTML is talked about in an elementary and straightforward manner, and a layout of what your code should look like for a very basic webpage is presented and reiterated throughout. The second section brings CSS, a programming language that gives your webpage more detail and attractive qualities such as color and font style, into clarity. In the section on Wordpress, you learn how to work with a more sophisticated program to create blogs and webpages using special tools designed to make your page come alive and keep your content fresh. Build Your Own Website contains a list of the most commonly used HTML tags and has diagrams and in-depth descriptions created for the first-time website designer. If you are considering creating a website or blog page, this book is a great starting point that will leave you feeling informed and confident moving forward.
A humorous, illustrated guide introduces the basics of creating a website, including HTML tags, CSS, customizing Word Press, plugins, and choosing domain name.