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seojesica 01-22-2018 04:03 AM

Any New Web Designing Tips
 
Is there Any New Web Designing Tips available, please share your view ?

Jbug 02-04-2018 06:52 PM

I’m still new, but here’s a few important points I’ve learned so far:

- Use larger font sizes across the board.
- Create enough white space so that your pages don't look cluttered.
- Simplify the navigation menu as much as possible.
- Use plenty of images and sub-headers to make your content easier to digest.
- And, of course, keep it all mobile-friendly. :)

J.H. 03-03-2018 09:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Jbug (Post 3296096)
Iím still new, but hereís a few important points Iíve learned so far:

- Use larger font sizes across the board.
- Create enough white space so that your pages don't look cluttered.
- Simplify the navigation menu as much as possible.
- Use plenty of images and sub-headers to make your content easier to digest.
- And, of course, keep it all mobile-friendly. :)

Agree with this.
A sleek, clean look is really important right now. The days of cluttered pages, with lots of banners, messy backgrounds and text all over the place, is over.

And, yes, make sure your website is 100% responsive. According to Statista, "as of February 2017, mobile devices excluding tablets accounted for 49.73 percent of web page views worldwide."

crghsam 03-13-2018 12:11 PM

Don't use parallax - it may look great but its dreadful for SEO

Lori786 05-26-2018 05:57 AM

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Originally Posted by seojesica (Post 3295800)
Is there Any New Web Designing Tips available, please share your view ?

Choose a paid theme if you want to avoid hidden bugs and malicious code. Also, always use a security plug-in to secure your site against hackers. Yes, even if your site is relatively new and not popular, hackers will still hack it and it is a nightmare. If you are using Wordpress, Wordfence is a good security plug-in. Similarly, SEO plug-ins like Yoast (again if you are using Wordpress) is a good idea if you want to make your site SEO friendly.

I agree with the others about the look and feel - the less cluttered, the better. If you are using advertising, again, don't use too much, use it sparingly so visitors aren't put off.

Oscar_Dennis 06-24-2018 10:58 AM

Very useful

abbeyman 02-19-2019 12:35 PM

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Originally Posted by gaarg (Post 3301564)
Every time I find something new for myself.

There's next to nothing in their portfolio?!?!??!

alanrogger007 02-19-2019 09:49 PM

Nice post
 
It is really a nice post.

IGotThePower 02-19-2019 09:50 PM

I use wordpress and have designed all my pages for the past 15 years.
so my advice are too many but for now, use wordpress for all your websites ;)

Bladebringer 03-03-2019 12:28 PM

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