Making a website is never easy. You might find it difficult to find the theme you’re looking for or maybe it’s just tough filtering out content on a daily basis. There are always going to be updates needed, too. If you plan on having a website that remains relevant, then you also need to make sure it’s accessible to both the majority and the minority. One part of that is making it as user-friendly as possible.Continue reading “Accessibility and your Website”
Ever heard someone say that a picture’s worth a thousand words? A picture can draw out emotion. It can help explain a problem that otherwise just doesn’t make sense. There are endless uses for pictures and as such, finding pictures that you can actually use without any legal issues isn’t easy.
Making your website presentable, fluid, and functional is one of the most important aspects of having a successful website. While some people might not judge a book by its cover, many will certainly judge a website by its homepage. Choosing a theme might not be easy, but there are some tips that’ll help you decide.
If you’ve come to read this blog, chances are high that you either have a website already or are thinking of starting one. Chances are also high that you’ve at least heard mention of net neutrality and how it was recently reversed. So here’s the big questions — What is net neutrality? Will it affect me? Will people be able to find my website? Will my website still load properly?
Getting customers when launching a new product or a new brand is always a tough thing to do. The same is true when you’re launching a new website. You’re available to the entire world, but how is anyone going to find you? Unless you’re coming up with a completely revolutionary idea, chances are you’re going to have a lot of competition right from the start. Luckily, there are ways to increase your visibility to reach more and more people.
When starting a website, the site design is an important factor to consider. How easy a site is to read, navigate and use are very important to your readers, members and followers. This article will give you tips to use when choosing your website’s theme or style.
Starting a website can be an exciting time. You have ideas for the name, features, and a goal for what you want your site to be. Our series for Starting a Website will help take you through the process of planning, creating, managing and all the other aspects of getting your website from an idea to a live site.
“It’s all in the name” is an expression that is actually quite relevant for businesses and websites alike. With websites, the wrong name can be a killer for getting subscribers or users. It can also be a liability if you choose something that is copyrighted/trademarked such as Facebook©™ has done.
Starting your own website can be exciting! You have plans and dreams, goals and a vision for what you want it to be. No matter the type of site you want to create, there will be specific features you want or require for your site. This article, which is part of our Starting a Website series, will help you plan your features and avoid a common mistake new webmasters make – overloading their site and users with too many features. Sit back, get comfy, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and read on for the details.