When planning the structure of the navigation menu – consider well-known statistics, which states that the average user must find the final document in a maximum (!) Of three steps (three clicks), i.e. if you use so-called. “sequential navigation” (when the user must select the section of interest to access the document X, then go to document 2, then to the document … X-1) – your visitor may never get to the information he needs . Why?
Here you should take into account the level of intelligence, and the amount of patience, and the very possibility of a long surfing the site. In the end – you should just respect the visitor, save his personal time. Continue reading
Today, in spite of weather conditions and political pre-clash, we continue the conversation begun in the past material – Basics of web-design. How to start developing a website? (it can also be found in the mailing list archive – the November issues) about how web design begins. How to start the design? with the development of a visual interface sketch? With a content management system design? With content analysis and site information architecture? Many developers have their own opinions, usually based on personal experience. Continue reading
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CSS Zen Garden is a site that was born on May 8, 2003. The site consists of a single HTML file, by the example of which it is shown how dramatically its appearance can change after a simple change of the style sheet connected to the file. The site was considered (and is) an excellent demonstration of the power and capabilities of CSS design. Continue reading