More and more businesses are learning the importance of an online presence. If your web pages do not work right, you will notice it in your business. The ideas below will help you achieve success.
It is always good to add a favicon to your website. The favicon is a 16x16 image file in the .Ico format. This image is the one you see next to the URL bar, next to the title of the page on an opened tab and is also visible on your bookmarks tab if you choose to bookmark a page. The favicon will help users quickly recognize your page in their browser without reading any text or directly viewing the page.
Don't neglect cascading style sheets. Using a style sheet makes it easy to give all pages of your site the same look and feel. It also reduces the file size of your pages, as the CSS file can be accessed once on the server and then from the user's local cache thereafter.
Use a descriptive title. Many site owners forget to name their pages, or name them something generic, such as "Welcome Page." Search engines do use title descriptions in their rankings, so make sure you are as descriptive as possible, without going overboard. Make sure it is usable for your viewers and the search engines.
Publish a newsletter, to increase your likelihood of having repeat visitors. Let your customers sign up for important events and updates so that they return to your site. Put a form for registration on a sidebar or somewhere visible, yet not interfering with the page's purpose. Just send your newsletter to subscribers.
As you now know, web design can be simple. When you understand the basics that are necessary as well as how to avoid the mistakes others have made in the past, your niche visitor will continue to return on a regular basis. Follow the tips presented here for results you can be proud of. Web Design