• Keep Your Navigation Highly Visible

     
    Effective navigation stands out. It's clear, obvious, and highly visible. You'll need to have a clear section of the page designated for navigation--one that a visitor will immediately recognize as the navigation area when he arrives at the site. Navigation should not necessarily be the prime focus, but it must be highly visible. On many sites, the main navigation is overly subdued. It sort of "lurks" on the page, but it's not the kind of thing that really gets to a visitor's consciousness. It gets drowned out because there is too much color or excitement in the rest of the page....
     

    Cool Web Design And Promotion Tips

     
    This article gives free tips on how to find a cheap website designer and free tips on website promotion services. Cheap website design services. You do not have to spend thousands of pounds to have an internet prescence. In my opinion you should only have to pay between Ј50 and Ј100 to have a website built. The amount of competition in the internet web design sector means that there are some great deals available, if you are willing to be patient and to make lots of calls You can find these cheap website design companies by looking on internet auction websites, internet search engines or in the Yellow Pages....
     

    How To Write An Effective FAQ Page

     
    Websites that have multiple pages usually have a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. There are several good reasons why you should have one. An FAQ clears out any confusion your prospect might have about buying product. Remember, a confused mind always says no. It lets a prospect grab key information quickly. It creates a positive impression with your prospect because you're acknowledging that their time is precious and they want answers quickly. An FAQ saves you time. The more answers you provide at your website, the less customer emails you'll get asking the same questions over and over....
     

    7 Benefits of HTML Validation

     
    You may not bother with html validation or writing simpleand clean code when designing your web site. Later you mayfind your site is slow loading, appears incorrectly in themain browsers and does not rank well for the major searchengines. Now there are sites that still do rank well even though thehtml code has many errors. This is because most of thecurrent major browsers are still very forgiving of htmlmistakes, however future browsers will become more htmlcompliant as the Internet advances. Sites that have notbothered with html code validation will then fall by thewayside or take time and money to be corrected....
     

    Whats Wrong With My Website?

     
    I ask myself that question about once a month. My website looks fine to me, but what are otherpeople seeing? And what are the Search Enginesseeing? Here's a checklist of 10 ways to optimizeyour website for peak performance: 1. Browser Compatibility The first thing is to look at your website throughother people's browsers. I do this regularly and I'vesometimes been shocked at what I saw! ANYBROWSERhttp://www. anybrowser. com 2. Broken Links About 5% of all links on the Internet are broken. Asite that contains broken links gives a bad impressionto visitors and is a frequent cause of lost sales....
     

    7 Reasons Why Using CSS is a Must

     
    CSS is a new option for website designers that have been using HTML and tables for most of their web designing careers. Of course, it is a huge change and requires learning a new language and skill, however most people are saying CSS is worth it and it will give you more control, options, and is easier to edit. Consider the following 7 reasons why using CSS is a must and see if it convinces you to change your method of web design. Reason #1 Present Data Logically When you use CSS in the layout of your website you can present your data in a logical way and CSS can then manage how the information appears....
     

    Web Page Building for Beginners 4

     
    Let me explain that first of all, nobody ever does a search for the keywords writing critic, and getting a top position isn't all that hard because the ranking Google uses just doesn't count the keywords as anything very important. Next let me explain that if you do a search using the one keyword "online" that the competition is out of this world with over a half a billion pages coming up on Google or Yahoo. Then let me tell you that to be listed at the top of that search you will have a ranking of ten, the top ranking Google has to offer....
     

    How to Design Website Which Google Likes

     
    Are you going to design or redesign new website or thinking for it, then first read below given points, which google likes in a website, Google Information for Webmasters. There are more than 80 factors of your website that are taken into consideration when determining the ranking of your website, Following these guidelines will help Google find, index, and rank your site. Basic principles: 1) Make pages for users, not for search engines. Don't deceive your users or present different content to search engines than you display to users, which is commonly referred to as "cloaking....
     

    Immutable Laws Of Effective Navigation - Part 1

     
    The first immutable law of effective navigation: It's gotta be readily available. Visitors should not have to hunt for your navigation or wonder where to find it. If you've done your job right, it will be right there when they are ready for it. The struggle in creating good navigation is to figure out what type of navigation the visitor is going to need, when he is going to need it, and where the most effective placement will be. Basically, you have to anticipate your visitors needs and have a solution ready....
     

    Eight Website Pitfalls, and How to Avoid Them

     
    Clutter: Too much noise, too much text, and too little white space mean that customers ignore the content. Customers often scan pages quickly, only reading titles or input prompts until they reach the content they want. Be concise, break text up with headings, not too many fonts and consider the reading level of your audience. Confusing navigation: Buttons and menu items should be apparent, links should look like links. Text should not look like buttons or links. Customers do not typically read and digest information in linear order and should be able to move between sections easily....
     
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