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    I have always liked websites that are easy to navigate and are not overly busy and cluttered with information. It should be really obvious as to what the website is offering and being used for.

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    So, the tips:

    1. Provide compelling content / something of value
    2. Avoid Sleazy Elements
    3. Make it Easy to Find Stuff
    4. Don't bog your website down
    5. Provide Website Readability

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    Cool

    Ofcourse design plays an important role to attract visitors on website....if your design is your friendly then it will helps you in increasing traffic as well...

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    If you are just new to wen designing, then you should go explore the related sites of your niche to get some inspiration about how and what to include while designing a website. Once you have some experience (with time) you can think of some more creative ideas of your own. To get some for basic knowledge, consult the w3schools website.

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    My tip is avoid using the <img> tag whenever you can, and instead use the CSS background property.

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    The sales page should convey a sense of trust and professionalism to the prospective customer. Besides good design elements that you've covered, the page should focus on offering real value to the customer, to justify the price of your product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meksilon View Post
    My tip is avoid using the <img> tag whenever you can, and instead use the CSS background property.
    please explain as to why you would suggest that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meksilon View Post
    My tip is avoid using the <img> tag whenever you can, and instead use the CSS background property.
    I believe the <img> tag is very useful, as you can specify an ALT property for SEO purposes, as well as a Title property for tooltip information.

    I too am curious as to why you wish to discourage the use of this tag?
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    i think it is cause he likes to go against the grain as much as possible. lol
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    Put simple navigation as much as possible. When someone find your site it should be easy to find for them. Your website layout and design should be look reliable on all over the site.

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    you can use grid 960 system to speed up the development process. think to consider is 1. user friendley nav
    2. great content. 3. and a nice looking header logo .

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    I need this information as well so thanks for all the tips you have provided guys! I really appreciate it!

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    According to me, For good web design then you should use clean website with good content . Use the proper color collaboration in the design. Include the logo of your business in the web design. Use the easily readable fonts in the design.

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    Leave enough open space around content, keep the navigation simple, and gradients are your friend.

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    Most of you are talking about the seo aspect of a website, but a website should be writen for people.
    A lot of seo friendly websites look like crap!

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