Before designing a website, look at other websites to help decide on layout, style and text. Arrange files and folders sensibly. Test the website to check it fits its audience and purpose.
Normally, on a website there is a title bar at the top, a menu on the left and then the main information appears in the big space on the right.
Try to avoid flashy things like sound, scrolling banners and animated text/graphics. Your site should be suitable for your purpose and audience.
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