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I' m thinking of designing a new website and put my 2 current websites in a portfolio. Now I live for the first time since 4 years in a good place. So now I prefer quality instead of earning (quick) money. What do you think of this idea and what should I at least use? (HTML5, CSS3, video, animation, etc.) to have looked this website professional?

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Video and animation are not very impressive. The best work is done by specialists in those fields. Being able to add them to your page is as easy as adding an image. But good video or animation will draw attention away from what YOU can do, and bad video or animation will make you seem foolish. I suggest that you start with someone else's web page that you like. Not because it is complicated or has fancy tricks, but because it looks good and organizes the content well. Without looking at the HTML, try to copy it. Then change the images, and color and text, so it becomes YOUR page.

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You should always use the most modern technologies. There's no reason to use HTML4 or CSS1. But just using modern technologies doesn't make anything look professional, you still need to create a good design and then implement it.
Thanks!
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Video and animation are not very impressive. The best work is done by specialists in those fields. Being able to add them to your page is as easy as adding an image. But good video or animation will draw attention away from what YOU can do, and bad video or animation will make you seem foolish. I suggest that you start with someone else's web page that you like. Not because it is complicated or has fancy tricks, but because it looks good and organizes the content well. Without looking at the HTML, try to copy it. Then change the images, and color and text, so it becomes YOUR page.
Thanks very much! Very good suggestion!
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Video and animation are not very impressive. The best work is done by specialists in those fields. Being able to add them to your page is as easy as adding an image. But good video or animation will draw attention away from what YOU can do, and bad video or animation will make you seem foolish. I suggest that you start with someone else's web page that you like. Not because it is complicated or has fancy tricks, but because it looks good and organizes the content well. Without looking at the HTML, try to copy it. Then change the images, and color and text, so it becomes YOUR page.
Someone suggested me to use free templates! I don''t like them! However, what do you think of this suggestion?
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