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Web layouts in Photoshop are a series of boxes and lines that represent the layout of a website. These boxes and lines can be resized and rearranged to adjust the design in any way you like, and they can be left blank to create a background for your website.

On the surface, web design and graphic design seem like two completely different fields. But they're actually closely related. They both share the same goal: conveying information clearly and efficiently to your audience.

There are two main types of layouts available for websites: responsive and fixed. When it comes to responsive layouts, the layout automatically adjusts to the size of the device it is being viewed on. Fixed layouts are more traditional where content does not change depending on what device is being used.

A web layout is a visual arrangement of the pages on a website. A good web layout contains text, graphics, and other information that can be used to communicate your message. Web layouts are not just for looks. They are what you need to create the right path for users to move through your website in an order that makes sense.

The best way to design your own website is to install a platform where you can create, customize, and manage your own site. You can select from a number of platforms but the most popular are, Weebly, and Wix.

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