There are several options for creating your own website. Let’s look at them in the order of their historical appearance.
Option 1. For a long time (at the dawn of the Internet) the creation of each new site was the development of a separate software product. The prepared TZ (on the structure and functionality of the site) was transferred to the programmers, and they wrote scripts (programs) for it from scratch in order to: a) the site work in accordance with the approved functionality, b) the site owner could quickly change its contents. The more functional requirements there were, the longer and more expensive the site was designed. In addition, each programmer wrote the code as he could, and sometimes other programmers could not understand this code. Continue reading
Buying and choosing the right domain name is the first step in creating and developing any site. We have collected detailed information so that you can easily understand this issue.
Domain Names: Differences by Country or Industry
Domains are divided into several groups: Continue reading
Frequent site usability error is complicated or confusing navigation that pushes customers away. Remember a simple rule: the easier it is to navigate on your site, the faster the user will find the necessary information and, possibly, will place an order.
The basic principle of easy site navigation is to make sure that a potential client always understands which section / page he is on, where he came from and where he can go next. Let’s see what navigation elements need to be added to the site so that the user does not “get lost” in the depths of your resource. Continue reading