Learn how to create a new website using the Wix ADI wizard by answering a few questions, uploading a logo, choosing a starting theme, and choosing some starting colors.
- [Instructor] So now that you've created your account,…you've logged in, and you're creating a new site…one of the very first questions that Wix will ask you…is whether you want to use the Wix ADI…to create a website for you…or whether you want to create your website…with the Wix Editor.…Now Wix never defines what ADI means,…but essentially this is a wizard.…It will ask you a series of questions…and it will, to the best of its ability,…build you a basic starter website.…That is exactly what we're going to do here…and we're going to work with this wizard throughout the course.…
If you're a more advanced web designer…you may want to take a look at the Wix Editor,…but that is beyond the scope of this course.…We will not be looking at the Wix Editor at any point…in this course.…So let's go ahead and say Start Now…for this Wix ADI.…All right, so this will ask us…what kind of site do we want to create.…We're going to say a Cake Decorating Portfolio website,…so we'll go ahead and choose that.…There are a bunch of different things here.…
- Creating a new website with Wix
- Choosing a theme and fonts
- Editing page content, layout, banners, images, and sections
- Adding new pages
- Integrating video and social media links
- Publishing your Wix website
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating the Initial Site
Sign up and log in2m 11s
2. Editing Page Content
3. Advanced Features
4. Finishing Up
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