Sunday, July 12, 2015

Weebly Website Builder Lesson

By Gavin Middleton

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• Weebly is a user friendly FREE website builder
• Choose from hundreds of modern themes
• Layout pages with ready-made building blocks
• Customize your design to find the right look
• Publish your site in a single click
• Use your own domain or a free Weebly address
• It’s surprisingly easy to make a high-quality site


This lesson contains instructions for…

• Setting Up Student Accounts
• Adding Text Titles and Graphics
• Uploading Video and Images
• Changing Themes
• Publishing and Viewing



Screen shots are included with instruction bubbles to make it very easy to understand each step to creating the ultimate website.



Use Weebly in just about any classroom or course of instruction. Website development could be incorporated into a variety of courses to demonstrate knowledge of course content. Teachers may also wish to use Weebly to create a school website for their classes or departments.

I have used many different programs to create websites including Wix, Webs and GoDaddy. I have found that Weebly is the most user friendly website builder. For the past 3 years, I have had my students use it to create websites in my computer and business classes. In May 2014 and May 2015, I taught my staff how to create their own classroom websites using this program. 

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Gavin (TeachwithTech)


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3 comments:



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  3. Great tutorial for Weebly. Definitely bookmarked! Here is another more detailed guide and Weebly review where is detailed described how to develop a site on Weebly.

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