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You’ve been asked to design and develop a website? You’d better get a content management system(CMS). Your client will probably want to edit it when you hand them the keys. You’re also going to want to avoid cutting corners and play it safe with your code. The best way to test is with an actual server and actual browsers. Make sure you have the most common one’s installed (firefox, opera, chrome, safari, ie). A good rule of thumb is to only support 2 versions back. That’s right; don’t worry about IE6. If you are ever asked to support that browser, charge double — You’ll practically be making two websites. So, lets assume you are building it with a CMS, I would suggest wordpress. It’s easy enough to set up and use on a basic level, but powerful and vast when you’re ready to start programming your own functionality. As with any CMS, you’re going to need to have ftp access to your web host as well as a basic understanding of databases. If you’re building in wordpress, it’s good to read through the codex. This site is an encyclopedia all about wordpress’s functions and languages. If you need to create a page that shows blog posts, it’ll