I use the image gallery feature within WordPress, which is a content management system or CMS, to make my webcomic website.
Now there are other beginner friendly options like Squrasespace or WIX if you feel you get overwhelmed easily by having to manage the updates and plugins and coding that comes with a wordpress self-hosted website.
If you want to see the cost differences between having your own site vs a squarespace site for your webcomic then check out my post here~
There are comic specific plug-ins and themes like Comic Easle or Comic Press that you can use to upload your webcomic onto a website but a lot of them are out-dated, not so mobile friendly and nor beginner friendly.
There is a Responsive Comic theme that I recently found that is currently up to date as of the time of me writing this blog post and it’s called Toocheke.
They have a migration tutorial for those who are familiar with Comic Easle or Comic Press and want to switch over to a theme that is more mobile friendly.
I like how this theme is super responsive to the point where depending on what screen you are viewing the site in it will automatically switch to either a Webtoon vertical scrolling format or a Webcomic horizontal format.
What should you do next?
If you have any more questions feel free to leave a comment down below and I’d be happy to answer them!
I also have a free ebook where I cover how to make, publish and monetize a webtoon comic for beginners!
Also if you’re looking for a wholesome, fake marriage trope, AMBW manga webtoon to read to pass the time then you might want to check out Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me!