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720c5d9bec 53 Ever tried to make a website but were unable to figure out the coding? You might have been able to find a way to work around this issue by hiring a web developer, but that's often costly and impractical for many people. But that doesn't mean you should resign yourself to an unattractive, unsophisticated website. In fact, there are plenty of resources you can use in order to obtain your desired result without breaking the bank or learning too much code! So if you're one of those folks who want their site up and running in no time without draining your wallet, check out this list of websites with easy-to-use drag-and-drop WordPress themes and lovely CSS animations. Each of the following websites offer a brilliant collection of online tools to help you build your next website or blog, and they don't require any coding knowledge whatsoever. 1. Cssdeck Cssdeck is a CSS playground and code sharing community where you can show off your own snippets, or find snippets made by other users. You can also submit questions to the online community and get help resolving any issues that may come up as you're working on your design. If you're looking for somewhere to start learning CSS, check out Cssdeck! 2. CSS3.info CSS3.info is an online community, which aims to provide the most comprehensive and accessible resource on HTML and CSS. Whether you want to learn techniques for developing faster and more powerful websites or just need a complete web design checklist, CSS3.info can accommodate your needs. 3. HTML5 Doctor This website provides a guide on the new HTML5 specifications for developers — including video tutorials — all in one place! If you're looking for a good place to begin learning HTML5, head over to HTML5 Doctor! In addition to these great tools, they also have free guides on how to develop mobile apps using HTML5! 4. W3Schools W3Schools is a free, professional learning platform that offers tutorials and guides on HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery and PHP. Their online editor also allows users to edit code, test their skills and share their work with others! So if you're looking for a place to start learning coding, check out W3Schools. 5. Snippy Snippy is a free all-in-one web design tool that allows beginners to create functional websites without the need to learn code or master graphic design software. This website allows you to build websites, HTML5 mobile sites and online portfolios within minutes without having to learn any coding! 6. HTML5 Boilerplate Html5 Boilerplate is an open source project that provides a reliable starting point template for new web projects in HTML and CSS. The boilerplate also helps developers create websites faster and with less trouble. If you're looking for a quick way to start building your own websites with no stress, check out the instructions on Html5 Boilerplate! 7. CodePen.

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