Creating a website design for various CMS currently, websites are created using various CMS content management systems. Using CMS allows you to separate the design (submission) and content (content) of the site, which corresponds to the basic principles of Web 2.0. At the same time, each of the CMS that exist today has its own characteristics.
Creating a site design must take into account the features of the CMS, because otherwise the site design created for one of the CMS will not be used for another content management system. On the example of popular CMS, such as Joomla! like WordPress, you can see differences in creating site designs for different content management systems. Continue reading
Pagination or infinite scrolling: what to choose?When you have to display a large amount of data within a single web page, developers or site owners usually have to choose between two main ways to present such data: the content will either load automatically for vertical scrolling, or it will be automatically split into several small pages. Which approach in web design should I prefer?
The decision on how a large amount of data will be presented to site users affects both the overall level of site usability and SEO indicators. Therefore, it is important to pay a lot of attention to this issue, for which it is useful to compare the main advantages and disadvantages of each of the two approaches. Continue reading