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Create a Web Template with the 'You' Effect

As we all know a web templates enable Internet design novices to create professional web sites which can be a challenge to the best online.A Web template is a HTML-based master copy of a page that you can create to contain settings, formatting, and page elements such as text, graphics, page layout, styles, and regions of a page that can be modified. You can attach a Web template to the pages on a website, and that template defines the layout for those pages. Sounds pretty fulfilling but dissatisfaction is another human feature. Consider a situation when we are not getting a template which is suitable for our website. Sometimes the color seems awkward, sometimes the buttons look disgusting and sometimes the links are less pronounced. So what should we do? Enough of head scratching, we can create a simple template. Yes this is true with the powerful tools available on the Internet creating a web template is not a daunting task anymore.To create a web template all we need is a website builder. The website builde...

 


Website Sizzle, But No Steak?

Where's the Beef? Some years ago, Wendy's ran some hilarious ads where a tiny grandmother would approach a restaurant order counter, and ask loudly, "Where's the beef?" Or she would remove the top half of the hamburger bun to reveal an impossibly small hamburger patty beneath the bun, then ask the same thing. The idea behind the ad campaign was that Wendy's provided huge patties and a great value at their restaurants, whereas the competition was selling mostly bread and a pickle. Many websites are missing the "beef", and website visitors are quick to spot websites that just don't seem to deliver what they expected, and then quickly click away. It's easy to find out if your website is experiencing one click in to the website and another click out by visitors. First, Look at Your Website Stats Website statistics can reveal a lot about how your website is being used. All website servers keep logs of your website and what pages are accessed, and when, and most web hosting companies will provide you a link ...

 


I Have a Domain Name - Now What?

Define Your Website Goals Whether your website is a corporate website, an ecommerce website, a niche social media site or a totally new online business concept, you should put your website goals on paper. Website goals should clearly state the purpose of your website and what the website should accomplish when someone visits your website. For example, the goals of an ecommerce website is a self-service purchase of products or services and to create a customer for life, whereas a corporate website may be more informational or designed to pre-screen prospective customers and generate leads for your sales department. Every business is different and every website will have very specific goals. By writing down your goals and working backwards, you can design a website that supports your website goals. Create a Site Map A site map can be as simple as an outline or list of the main pages your website and sub-pages your website will have. A typical small business site map will look like something like this: H...

 




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