May 27, 2021 Website construction guide
Designing a website requires careful consideration and planning.
The most important thing is to know who you're visiting.
A typical visitor will not be able to read the full contents of your page!
No matter how useful information you post on a Web page, a visitor will only spend a few seconds browsing before deciding whether to continue reading.
Make sure to make your point at the first sentence on the page! In addition, you'll need to use short paragraphs and interesting titles throughout the page.
Keep paragraphs as short as possible.
Keep the chapters as short as possible.
Pages with long text are not conducive to the user experience.
If your page has a lot of content, you break down the page information into small modules and place it on different pages!
Use a consistent navigation structure on all pages of your site.
Don't use hyperchains within text paragraphs, hyperlinks take visitors to other pages, which can undermine navigation structure consistency.
If you must use hyperlinks, you can add them to the bottom or menu of a paragraph.
Sometimes developers don't know that some pages take a long time to load.
According to statistics, most users will stay on pages that take no more than 7 seconds to load.
Test that your web page opens in a low-speed modem. If your page takes a long time to load, consider deleting content such as pictures or multimedia.
Feedback is a great thing!
Your visitor is your "customer". Usually they will give your website good suggestions for improvement.
If you provide a good feedback path, you will get feedback from many people from different fields.
Not everyone's monitor size is the same on the Internet.
If you design a website that is displayed on a high-resolution monitor, you may have problems when a low-resolution monitor, such as 800 × 600, visits your web page.
Please test your website on a different monitor.
Check out our monitors to see what's going on with your display.
Please test your website in a different browser.
The most popular browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome.
When designing Web pages, it's wise to use the right HTML. The correct encoding will help the browser display your web page correctly.
Visit our browser statistics to find out what's going on in your browser.
Sound, video clips, or other multimedia content may need to be played using a separate program (plug-in).
Make sure your visitors are able to use the software they need properly on your web page.
Some people have impaired vision or hearing.
you may try to browse your web page using a Braille or voice browser. So you should add alternate text for image and graphic elements to your web page.