The vast majority of code we write is intended to serve a single purpose and once employed in that purpose it never sees the light of day again. That is, however, a bit of a waste of your valuable time, when it’s perfectly possible to write your code in such a way that it can be recycled and put to use in many different purposes.
Sometimes the best way to know how to design a great application or website is to know what not to do. The importance of this knowledge has become increasingly clear, as contrary to expectations, websites are not generally improving in line with advances in technology.
Your website nowadays is often the first interaction between you and your customers (or audience, whatever the case may be). If it is your intention that people should look at what you’ve created for them, it’s essential that your website should impress them. Building an impressive website requires either a significant investment of time and effort or a significant investment of money. Sometimes it requires all that and more.
This is the article that had to be written. The one that gave us no choice. Even though the majority of our readers wouldn’t ever commit the grievous sins on this list, the sheer magnitude of the problem compels something to be written about it.
This is the culmination of millions upon millions of agonized groans of frustration as users continue every day to discover new depths of the abyss. Terrible has become the new normal, and something must be done about this. Consider the article you are now reading as one small step towards creating a better world for us all. We can only hope…
WordPress.com comes up quite a bit considering WordPress is the most common website builder people use to run their websites. That said, there are some things that need to be cleared up before moving forward. The first part is that you have two options to choose from: WordPress.com and WordPress.org. This article is reviewing the WordPress.com website builder, but most people are going to want to know what makes these two systems different.