If you remember Netscape, this article may be for you! Back in the early days of the internet, people were learning what a navigator was and how to use it. At that time, we had to be very explicit with links (called “hyperlinks” back then), and tell people to “click here.” 25+ years on, if you haven’t stop with the “click here” links, it’s time.
You could have the most beautiful, informative, user-friendly website in the world, but if your audience can’t find it, it’s not doing you or your potential visitors any good. Learn what you can do to help visitors find you on the web.
In October 2017, Google will be alerting Chrome users that any website using any type of form and not using HTTPS is “not secure.” What steps do you need to take for your website?
Is pagination or infinite scroll a better choice for your site? Check out the pros and cons of each, and see which fits your website.
An image’s alternative text is a description of the image, or if the image links somewhere, a description of where it links. Alt tags are important because search engines look for and read them to gain more understanding of the page content. Alt tags are also useful for screen readers, so they help make your website accessible.