I just got done reading an article on responsive web design over at A List Apart, and to be honest, I feel behind the times on everything.
Responsive web design takes a website to a whole new level of interactivity, sort of. Where it doesn’t really make the website interactive for a user currently on a page, it makes the website interactive for the Continue reading “What is Responsive Web Design?” »
I am not only wanting to expand the design services I offer, but I also want to get my site itself into the top search results for Ocala Web Designer, Ocala web design and Ocala web designers. So, the next progressive step is learning Search Engine Optimization, aka SEO. It’s about time I have finally taken this step to learn this stuff. Not only will it benefit my website and its ranking, I will also be able to optimize my clients’ websites.
Though I am far from being a dummy, I have opted to start with Search Engine Optimization for Dummies. Continue reading “Learning Search Engine Optimization (SEO)” »
Honestly, it never is.
A website should never be totally static, it should possess some dynamic attributes to it that are constantly bringing something new for the users that visit it (other than advertising banners). The dynamic section, or sections, can be a blog (as seen here), a photo gallery, simple quotes of the day, or new products – for those in the retail world.
This is why it is imperative to have a Content Management System Continue reading “How to know when your site is complete” »
Working in WordPress can make things more difficult at first, then will make things easier in the future.
It’s difficult because you have to modify your thought process on how a web page should be constructed, you have to change it to think about how a web page should be constructed by a program that is piecing the page together on the fly. Typically, with WordPress, you have one content area per page, and most of the time, people want multiple content areas. Multiple content areas make the page Continue reading “Working in WordPress” »