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Learn Some Of The Best Web Design Techniques

Added: (Thu Feb 16 2017)

Pressbox (Press Release) - This article is for anyone with even the slightest interest in web design. This article will tell you the principles of general web design. Remember, it doesn't matter if you are a novice or a professional web designer, there is always more for you to learn.

People don't like to wait when they browse the Internet, so your pages need to load fast even on slow connections. A visitor who has to wait for pages to load is likely to seek information and help elsewhere. If your site has a reputation for loading slowly, it will be difficult to attract repeat visitors.

Functional websites work out for all visitors, regardless of their browser, so it's essential that your website is tested across all the major platforms. While a certain element may look wonderful in Firefox, it may appear incorrectly on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari. Before your website goes live, check to be sure that the pages display properly in all of the most popular browsers.

You should not go overboard using JavaScript. While it can provide a large variety of ways to build a more responsive and transparent website, it can cause problems for some of your visitors. Browsers upgrade to newer versions regularly. Some people accessing your website are going to do so with a browser that is not fully updated and compatible with your JavaScript. Also, some visitors will not have JavaScript enabled. These both could keep users from getting to your website.

If your site is larger than a few pages, it should be searchable. Put a search box in the uppermost right-hand corner of your homepage so that users can seek specific topics on your site. You can get free search boxes from Google or FreeFind.

You need to check your website's performance across a wide array of different web browsers. Every browser interprets sites in their own way, and sometimes that can lead to drastic differences in the way a site appears to a user, affecting not only visual elements, but functional elements as well. You can easily discern which browsers are used frequently. View your website in each of these browsers to ensure that the page will be viewed correctly.

Step up your creativity when you write your site's "About Us" page. Many sites use very boring, trite ideas on these pages. Your site doesn't have to be one of those sites, though! Let people know about your background and experience, tell them how you started designing websites and show them examples of your achievements.

Your front page should be simple and inviting. Visitors to your site will decide quickly from your front page if they want to stay to look around or leave just as quickly. Blow the horn about your business and its unique qualities, but reduce the amount of extra fluff on your site.

Any links you place on your site should have text content.

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