PCSage Website Design Frome
Pcsage Website Design
Using media queries in the CSS (cascading style sheets) is part of the processes of making your site widely accessible and one of the most common frameworks that comes pre built with these media queries is bootstrap. Other frameworks are available but Bootstrap which was made by the developers at twitter has become the leading framework, and can easily be included in your code but dropping in a CDN stored link which has their style sheets included.
Creating new web designs should take into consideration the greatly understood and widely documented data around the flow of website users and how important it is to put effort into sculpting a great UX (user experience). As most projects are about getting customers to click onto your contact or services page, you need to have the layout flow them to the right place and to make it easy for them to make that choice. This process is referred to as click funneling and ironically is likened to herding in a sheep!
Modern website do so much more than just display information, they are used to take bookings, create points of contact for your business, display up to date information from a public API and can even have more complex function like a quote system or facilitate a payment processor like paypal or stripe for purchases.
E-commerce is one of the best uses of a new website and many businesses now use their online shop as the main source of revenue and income for their company. With a large resource of shipping and available delivery networks, online retail is now the largest attack vector for people when it comes to selling products.
By contacting the right company to take care of your website design, development or rebuild, you will be in good hands and have all the modern requirements taken care of! Don’t let the future run away with you, take action now and join in the online community of e-commerce and local business!
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