Important rules in website design
When it comes to your website, more attention should be paid to all the finer details to ensure that they are ideally suited to serving their purpose. Here are seven basic rules to keep in mind that your site's performance is good.
Do not use start pages
Start pages are the first pages you see when you arrive at a website. They usually have a very nice picture with words like "welcome" or "click here to enter". In fact, they are just - beautiful vases without a real goal. Do not let your visitors have a reason to click the "Back" button! Give them the value of your site in advance without the start page.
Do not use excessive banner ads
Even less honest net people have been trained themselves to ignore banner ads so they will be wasting valuable web properties. Instead, provide more valuable content and weave relevant affiliate links into your content, and allow visitors to feel they want to buy rather than push them to buy.
Do your navigation simple and clear
You should provide a simple and very clear navigation list so that the little child can know how to use it. Stay away from complex flash menus or multi-level drop-down menus. If your visitors do not know how to navigate, they'll leave your site.
Do you have clear evidence of where the user is located
When visitors are browsing your site, you'll need to make sure they know what part of the site they're in at that moment. In this way, they will be able to browse the relevant information or navigate to any section of the site easily. Do not confuse visitors because confusion means "abandoning the ship"!
Avoid using audio on your site
If your visitor will stay for a long time in your site, and read your content, you will need to make sure that he does not get upset by some of the audio episodes on your website. If you insist on adding sound, make sure they have some control over it - sound control or mute will work fine.