Website Design Web Design is a unique process of creating several websites and it includes a list of aspects such as the webpage layout, content production, and the graphic design. Both web design and the web development are different terms; technically we can say that the web design is the subset of the web development. Generally, the websites are created by using a markup language which is known to be the HTML. HTML stands for the Hyper Text Markup Language. Initially, the web designers build each and every webpage by using the HTML tags. These tags define the content and the metadata of each and every page. Typically the layout and the appearance of the elements that are contained in the webpage are defined using the Cascading Style Sheets. Hence, most of the websites are made up of the HTML and CSS defines each and every page which appears in the browser. Some of the web designers prefer to use the HTML and CSS from the scratch and the others use the Adobe Dreamweaver. This type of editor is a one which provides a complete interface in a visual manner for the design of the webpage layout. On the other side of the flip, the software automatically generates the code such as HTML and the CSS. The other popular methods to design the websites are integrated with the content management system such as Word Press. At the same time, the templates can be used for designing a new website which stands as a starting point. The webmasters enhance the content and the customization for the layout is done with the aid of the web-based interface. In order to gain a perfect look and to procure the feel of the website both HTML and CSS are used along with the protocol of the images must be created separately. Mostly the graphic design overlaps with the web design because of the main reason that the graphic designers create the images for the use on the Web.