Resource - Web Design

The do's and don'ts in web designing

  • Email spam protection - Display your email address on webpages without showing it. If you display your contact email address on your website, hide it from spiders by simple encryption - instead of using the alphabets in the text, use the hexadecimal value for the alphabets - the UNICODE (its subset is also known as ASCII)- which the webbrowser use for display. Here is the table with the letters and corresponding UNICODE value - just use the corresponding code for each letter of your email address in the HTML source of the webpage.
  • Use of Tables - When you create a large or graphics (JPEG/GIF) intensive page, its a good idea to section your webpage into section encapsulated within tables. On loading, the web browser attempts to first load all the tables and then the contents of the tables - this way if you have large graphic files, the web browser will not get stuck downloading these files, while the user waits in vain.
  • Professional style - There is a difference between a website for a professional service provider and artist - don't fall into the trap of jazzing up a website with music, excessive flash and other creative to stand out from your competitiors - better to stay conventional and beat the competition with quality of text and ease of its presentation.


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