Monthly Archives: October 2018
jQuery effects on sites in web design in site development, great attention is always paid to design, because it is the site design that makes the first impression on visitors, and the first impression is known to be the strongest. Visual effects on websites are especially attractive to visitors. if earlier the” top of the art ” in developing visual effects for website design was running lines or drop-down menus, then with the development of web programming technologies, there are much more opportunities to create “beautiful” effects for websites. In particular, jQuery effects on the site are very popular today. Continue reading
Web site design: how to make a 404 on sites (especially those with a complex structure and a large volume), it is very important to have a so-called 404 page available-a page that gets a visitor if for some reason there is no document that he requested. The 404 page got its name from the server response code, which the browser receives if the requested page is not available.
The 404 error occurs when various changes occur on the site. For example, if an outdated article on the site is deleted, but other documents still contain links to this article, then a 404 error will be generated when site visitors try to click on such links to this article. And it depends only on the site administration whether visitors will stay on the site in such a situation or leave it forever. Continue reading
How to make a page “Site for reconstruction”?If the site needs to be closed for some time for users to access due to any work to change it, you usually have to create a special page “Site for reconstruction”, which warns visitors that the site is temporarily unavailable, and invites them to visit the site later. How to make such a page correctly, so as not to lose regular site visitors and not scare off new users?
The “Site under reconstruction” page is usually called a stub in the webmaster environment. Such a stub on the site is necessary in cases where changes that are implemented on the site, too deeply affect its structure or design, because during this period, the site simply can not be shown to users: the pages may “go” layout, content may be missing, and so on. Continue reading