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Six Points to Remember When Designing Additional Web Pages

by brantwilson
on March 21, 2014

in Web Design

A homepage should never be cluttered with a lot of content and images, which is why it is so important for you to make sure that you create additional web pages accordingly. However, there is a thin line between efficient and excessive when it comes to developing these pages, which is why it is so important to consider and remember the following six key points.

Add Pages Only as Necessary

Don’t rush to add an excessive number of pages that are not necessary right now. Quite a few consumers get trapped with dead links and orphan pages simply because the web designer didn’t keep it clean and cleared of empty pages without any content.

To easily build and run your ecommerce website and get the most value from your additional pages, get into the habit of only adding them if and when they are absolutely necessary. Remember, time is of the essence when it comes to keeping your customers interested until they reach your checkout page. You don’t want to lose them simply because you felt the need to add pages that were not, in fact, needed at all.

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WordPress Bootcamp: Lowest Price Ever!

by brantwilson
on February 18, 2014

in Wordpress

If I haven’t introduced you to LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp yet, I would like to today. Here’s what you get:

- 42 complete WordPress training videos that you can download and watch again and again.

- Two live sessions …

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Most Useful WP Tutorials for Building Custom Widgets

by Jake Rocheleau
on February 16, 2014

in Wordpress

WordPress widgets are very simple to implement once you have created the codes in your theme. Many free WordPress themes will come prepackaged with their own custom widgets. This is also the case for some more advanced plugins, but overall it does require some time coding these to work properly.

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Often times developers would rather sit down and build their own solutions for running custom widgets. In this tutorial I want to present a set of great articles related to coding your own custom WordPress widgets. If you are unfamiliar with PHP then this will be a challenge but it is not impossible. The entire WordPress system is based in PHP so it is worth learning some details of the language, assuming you plan to customize many various WP sites in the future.

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