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6 Tips for Awesome Website Design

Published on 9/9/2017
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1. Use CSS (cascading attraction sheets). If you follow through not apperceive CSS, ferret out it. CSS allows you to maintain the formatting of your town (e.g. the color or size of a blonde of text) on a disparate at variance page - a CSS document. Thus, with CSS you can impinge the formatting of a common-element by simply updating one piece of code on one page, rather than updating all the pages of your site. For example, if you want to change the background color of your website, you could just change your one CSS sheet and your entire website's background color would change. Another great aspect of CSS is that you can use it to set the default properties of HTML tags. This can be used to counter browser compatibility problem - that different browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Netscape, etc.) use different default settings.

2. Test your website in all browsers. You should permit that your website displays properly in all of the primary following browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge, and Opera.

3. Use produce inception software and freeware if you need to launch an energizing website. Even if you learn programming languages (such as JavaScript, PHP, and CGI) absolutely enough to lead your receive software and features, you do not want to do that if you are a beginner. There's no reason to create your own dynamic scripts (e.g. shopping carts, chat-rooms, etc.) if you can find full-functioning customizable freeware. A great benefit of this method is that the customization options will separate the code that changes your website's look and feel from the functioning code. If you design the code yourself, you'll be tempted to mix the look and feel with the functioning aspects. So, if later you want to update the look and feel, you'll have to dig through the long software scripts. If you're going to be using freeware or any other code that you didn't design yourself, you should still be familiar with that language.

4. Don't go for free or tasteless web-hosting. Okay, this isn't necessarily a star tip. However, hosting is a twin to design. Free hosts may embed your website with awkward ads. Also, free and cheap hosts often don't support dynamic web sites. Unless your website is supposed to be a joke, don't use a free host.

5. Website's with a phone number or mailing directions deem to be much more reliable and honest than web sites without contact information. However, don't publish your email address, because spammers will use web-crawlers to pick it up and send spam to you. Instead, design a form on your website that customers can use to send messages or questions without giving your email address.

6. Take it slow. Never generate confused and dynamic websites without the ability to make them proper. If you try to design a code, but find it hard and the code begins to come out sloppy, don't hesitate to just throw it out. It's better to have a simple, sleek, and functional website than to have a complex, sloppy, dysfunctional website.

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