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Though it often feels like it if you haven't been on the working end, entire websites don't just pop up randomly and effortlessly, like pesky dandelions on a lawn the moment your back is turned.
Unless you're building something simple like a minimalist portfolio site, a beautifully coded website with all sorts of widgets, forms, custom fonts, and call-to-action buttons requires the talent and know-how of a thoughtful, skilled web developer. They're the people—artists, really—who spend heaps of time making sure a site look polished from the moment it goes live, then maintain its freshness and functionality over the course of its use.
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