Web design. The information structure of the site is important in its development. Ill-conceived information structure of the site leads to the appearance of “extra” pages, duplicate pages, “broken” links on the site, etc. Therefore, special attention should be paid to the development of the information structure of the site.
What is commonly understood as the information structure of the site? In General, it is a way of organizing site information materials together with all the links that allow these materials to interact with each other. And how well this interaction is organized depends on the level of comfort when using the site by visitors. Continue reading
Do I need animation for my site?Currently, even a very complex animation on sites is no surprise, because the number of sites that have different animation effects on their pages is simply off the scale. However, the question of whether it is appropriate to place animation on sites remains open today: is animation really necessary for a site or is it just a fashion statement?
Modern Internet users are very sophisticated and tend not only to find answers to their questions on the Internet, but also to combine search with entertainment. It turns out that sites that can provide their visitors with some entertainment functions along with the necessary information have some advantage over sites that do not have such functions. 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 For example, if an outdated article on the site is deleted, but other documents still contain links to this article, then a 404 error will be generated when site visitors try to click on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