So, you say you have a website with at least four web pages; home (or landing) page, about, contact, and pricing. Now you need to add at least one more web page… a blog. Here’s why…
Thankfully we don’t need to make our WordPress blog commenting as difficult for our readers as entering Fort Knox anymore. Now there are easier ways to discourage spammers and gain followers.
As much as I do not care for Google Chrome (lacking in user privacy) this browser is gaining in popularity; though it is my guess this popularity is due mainly because
Having recently attended a workshop that REALLY helped me to be able to not only help my own business but also be able to offer helpful suggestions to my customers for their businesses.
Creating a website can be fun, time consuming and sometimes even frustrating if you are new at working with hidden codes. Some business owners have even gone so far as to have a family member setup a website for them, but their site is not ranking in search engines at all.
As a business owner and when setting up your first website, following are 9 questions should be able to answer before you start.
Okay, so you’ve got your domain name registered through a local website hosting server. Now you need to find a professional (and hopefully not to expensive) website designer.
Who you hire depends on YOUR choice, and of course, your budget.
Personally, I tend to ask for recommendations from family and friends when I want to hire any service. That way, at least I will be more apt to avoid bad contractors.
For the sake of this article, let’s say you have a website designer in mind that you will be hiring. Before contacting them, can you answer the following 9 questions?
“Why?” you ask.
The short and simply response is this… no more quality tech support available. 🙁
For fifteen years I hosted my website with HostPapa, so understand, this is not being posted to be mean. Rather to inform (and apologize to) those whom I raved to
How frustrating is that, this “Internal Server Error” message that Twitter’s server keeps giving you every time you try to upload your new header image in your Twitter account; You know, for the new responsive layout Twitter has been “rolling out” on their servers since early 2014.
Frustration is putting it mildly for most of us! It has taken me several HOURS over the past two months now, trying to figure out WHY my one image uploaded okay enough, but when I tried uploading a newer replacement header that was smaller in file size, I could NOT get my replacement image to be accepted. Didn’t seem to matter WHAT I did.
Your website can have as many web pages as YOU desire. However, should your website contain several web pages, you may not want to display a link to every web page on the navigation (or menu) bar of your website.
As one web architect stated, “too many choices can be as paralyzing to your website visitors as too little choice.”
According to suggestions from Information Architecture (IA), your website’s navigation bar should have links offer to at least