This Two Column Layout Wizard will generate the HTML and CSS for a mobile-friendly two column web page, which you can use as a template for your website.
Complete package: All the required code (both HTML and CSS) for a two-column layout is generated by this Wizard.
Customizable: You can customize your layout to have the side (navigation) column on the left or right, insert (or omit) a header or footer section that spans both columns, set the width of the columns and choose their background colours. And these choices can still be modified later using your web editor after you have generated all the code. (After all, you get the complete HTML and CSS code for the finished product, so you're in control.)
Mobile-Friendly (Responsive Web Design): The code generated will automatically adapt to smaller screens like those found on smartphones and the like. On such screens, your visitors will get a one column website.
Easy to Use: It's simply a matter of clicking your mouse to select the features you want. You don't have to worry about how to write the layout in CSS and testing to see if your code works. And if you get a headache figuring what to choose, you can even accept the default choices made by the Wizard, and you will still get a usable 2-column layout.
Compatible: the code generated is compatible with all modern web browsers today.
No advertisements: there are no advertisements in the code generated. In fact, in case you didn't notice, there aren't even any on this Wizard.
Free: yes, it's free.
Note: If you are here because you thought this wizard created a website for you and put it on the Internet, please read How to Create a Website instead. The article takes you through the steps of creating a website from scratch. Depending on which approach you take to make that site, you may eventually arrive back here again (this time, armed with the knowledge of what to do with the code produced by the wizard). But for now, you probably should start there.
First select a basic layout for your website then click the "Go to Step 2" button. You will get to customize it in the next step.
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