For my websites, I use WordPress, Elementor, I also often add some coding to my websites just to spice things up and to do things you can't usually do with Elementor.
Here is my website if you want to check it out: https://echocreations.co.uk
Although the mobile view still isn't finished as I have been too busy with my first few clients websites.
Thanks so much!
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I suggest you drop Elementor first. If you want a future in development and design, you want to know the fundamentals, not lock yourself into builders. Learn the languages!
Next, here are a few things to focus on (pick order and depth, but the more you work on, the better):
Design websites - come up ideas for new websites, tools, anything and design them from scratch. Look for inspiration.
Code your designs - after you are done, implement them. As detailed as you could. Always put them live somewhere for your portfolio.
Build something to sell - there are many marketplaces, you can make some money doing that, which is a good motivator on the long term.
Study fundamentals - programming concepts, data structures, code management and more. This always helps;
Work on open source project - be a contributor, create your own, be active in issues, PRs and more. There are ton to pick from
Find a job - I suggest doing a full-time job as soon as you finish school, not freelancing. Ideally in a team with good senior members to help you grow. When you start doing the same work for 2-3 months, ask for raise, new projects or find new job
I think this might help for the first few years :3
Okay, thanks so much, i am busy learning coding, and am planning on taking a course, thanks for the help!