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    Posted: 24 July 2007 at 11:00am
The website should be designed in such a way that it will be visitor and search engine friendly.
Some important Web designing tips are:

1. The landing or the home page should be eye catching, looks cool and attractive.
2. The colour combination should be perfect, if possible use green or blue and avoid black and red.
3. Properly navigated so that visitor can move to any page.
4. There should be relevant content about your business or services.
5. The contact address, phone no or form should be in proper position of home page.
6. The logo of your company should be there.
7. Put small images with “alt text” relevant to your business.
8. Do not make your site heavy and un ordered.

Some more tips appreciated.........


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Some good ideas, although I would have to say that blue should be used with caution.

As far as I recall you have 3 receptors in the eye, blue being the shortest which makes blue the hardest colour for the human eye to see. This makes the colour blue tiering to look at, so if you don't want your users falling asleep I would avoid using blue as a text colour.
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Didn't know blue was the hardest color to see! What's the easiest? white?
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i think the easiest to see is red, but it's prone to bleeding
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High contrast colours are easiest to read. If you want your text easy to read, there is no beating the good old black text on a plain white background.

Red is good in small quantities, if you want something to stand out. Red has been used in nature for millions of years as a warning colour, so the eye is quickly drawn to it. This is why advertisers often use red in product names on billboards and flyers, so that you will notice them.


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Thanks for the tips....Didn't know about red and blue, the easiest and difficult colours to see.
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Tips for making best website design

Your pages must load fast

Your pages should only be as long as they need to be

Your pages need great navigation

You should use sprites and small images

You should use appropriate colors

You should think local and write global

You should spell everything correctly

Your links must work

You should avoid saying just "click here"

Your pages should have contact information



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A good website is more than just what meets the eye. More than being visually enterprising, your website has to have a lot of sense. Apart from the content, your website has to offer joy to every visitor by making it easy for them to go around and find exactly what they are looking for.
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