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Website Design Tips That Make A Difference

In terms of ways to earn money, millions are finding that websites are fun, easy and reliable earners. A website needs to not only have ample traffic to be successful it has to be attractive and functional, however. So, for every SEO tactic you know, you would do well to learn a web design tactic right alongside it. Here are a few different tactics you can use for your site.


Don't force users to install strange BHOs. Many tech-savvy users won't do it. Common offenders include unusual video players, image viewers, and platforms for interactive games. For most standard use cases, there is a trusted plugin, such as Windows Media Player or even Flash) that will do what you want without driving away users.


Don't use splash pages for your site unless required by law, and especially don't use a Flash intro. Most people just want to get to your content as quickly as possible, and don't care to look at useless splash pages. If you have some amusing content that you absolutely want visitors to see, integrate it into the homepage instead.


Don't disable the visitor's right-click functionality. Some sites do this in order to prevent people from copying and pasting text or saving images from the site. The thing is, it doesn't work and disables other useful functions. OCR can be used to capture text from such sites, and grabbing images is as simple as taking a screenshot.


Use a tracking service, rather than displaying your visitor counter for all to read. Many websites still display their counters, yet they do not serve any real purpose. There are many high quality tracking services available, and some are even free. Use these instead of showing off how many people visit you.


For the best layout, make sure that the colors you choose for the background and font are restful to the eyes. Choosing moving backgrounds or neon colors can make it hard for people to read, and they may navigate to another web site. Include pictures to break up your content and make the site complete, however.


You will want to keep your designs simple if you believe your site may be accessed via mobile devices. The use of flash, excessive images, and complicated menus will not translate well to a mobile platform. Keep your page simple and clean. Alternatively, create a specific mobile site for your users.


Include text content on your link page. This will let your visitors know what they're going to click on. Someone could mistakenly click it by using a keyboard shortcut if you have links that don't specify where it takes you.


Watch the amount of flashy multimedia that is on your site. Don't overdo it with a bunch of "extras". These may make it difficult for visitors to find the desired information from the site, particularly if they're viewing your site from a non-Flash compatible device, though flash multimedia and graphics may appear enticing.


Minimize the amount of clicking or scrolling visitors must do to access information. The more a user has to click or scroll around to find the information they seek, the more likely they are to give up looking for it. Aim for having at least 400 words on every page of your site by combining pages that have content that falls below this number of words.


Include a links page for your use and site it to provide a variety of resources related to the site's purpose. You should also include a variety of links, including links to sites that are offering backlinks to your site. If related sites link back to your site, your site ranking will move up in the rankings on search results pages.


Focusing on your target audience is important even for website design. For instance, if you're designing a site in order to sell winter coats, you're not exactly going to have a beach themed background with Joe Strummer tunes playing upon entry. Keep your site closely related to its targeted audience.


Always use the same type of fonts so that guest to your site don't become agitated by reading different types of fonts. You want people to browse through the site with ease so that they can just concentrate on the material on the site and what the site has to offer.


Create webpages that are "scannable". Reading online is different than reading a newspaper or a book. By default, site visitors scan webpages, looking for anything that stands out. Make sure your pages have lists, bolded words, titles, and short blocks of text. That way, your site will "feel better" to site visitors, enticing them to stay on your site.


Talk to a pro to learn a lot about web design. This virtually guarantees that you will improve, so long as you put in the effort.


Running a web and site designing, must have a personal office. Avoid distractions, to make everything effectively work in your space. Make your office supplies and tools easily accessible, and keep an optimized work space for your needs.


When you decide to build a site, make it revolve around the needs of your target audience. You want things like your font, layout and overall theme to align with the interests of those who are going to visit your site, so that they are interested in coming back to your site after their initial visit.


If you ever run into a problem don't be afraid to ask for advice. Go ahead and consult with a friend or someone through a forum or email who you think might be willing to help you. If you don't get any help, we all need it from time to time so don't feel any shame, you aren't going to get anywhere.


Make good use of "white space." Although not always white, it is merely a blank space within a web page. Designing web pages with a how viewers would see your site is key, therefore you don't want to clutter your website with lots of pictures and text. White space allows visitors to easily scan your pages and feel comfortable on your site.


After reading this article, you should have a better idea about what needs to be done to design your website. Create a budget, look for advisors, and start your website. Get started on creating the best website possible for your business without any costly expenses.
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30 Nov 2015. 06:09:46

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