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Most people use the Web to find information that they can actually use. So make sure that your readers will find your information useful for them. Design Web pages so that all important text and images are above the fold. This is the part of the page that your users will see first. The most significant information should be accessible to users without scrolling down the page. People will scroll, but only if they think there's something of interest to them on your page.

This is a Web page designed to act like an introduction and table of contents in a magazine. Home page should contain links to site's sections, and possibly directly to articles you want visitors to get right into. Make sure the first thing your home page displays is a reason for visitors to stick around. Visitors should immediately learn what the site is about and what it's offering them. You need to answer these questions and do it fast. Surfers are a very impatient group. Stop them before they click away. You can pull this off by displaying a few lines of text prominently, where your visitors will see it right away. You'd be amazed at the numbers of Web sites that leave this out. If your visitors are forced to search for how your site may help them, it's too late, they're gone. Some sites use so called "splash screen," a page designed to act like a magazine cover. This page can add style to the site and serve as a ceremonial front door, but because they present less information than a home page, some users find them annoying.

Always start your pages with the headlines everyone reads them. Virginia website design Web page headlines so that they grab the eye, intrigue and captivate the reader. Their sole aim is to make the reader continue on to read the body text. Use plenty of subheadings. They should expand upon the story hinted in the main heading, and draw the reader inexorably into reading the body text. Format them as separate lines, or as a lead-in sentence to a paragraph.


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Great post! It's very nice. Thank you so much for your post.


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