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Successful web layout design depends on making it easy for the reader to easily scan and read the page to find the most important information quickly. Your website should be designed to make the reader look at content and elements on the page in the right order or the order you want them to see.
The purpose of this article is to show some of the designs and templates that MountainRiver CMS have been working with. This may make choosing a theme simpler.
"I would like a preferences page like Facebook."
Audible groans and mental switching off can sometimes be heard when requirements like these are raised in scoping meetings. Maybe the role of the technical team is to 'just build it' and such is the nature of the environment that there isn't time to second guess and think broadly about what the solution should be. Will this work? Some of the questions that the technical team will have to ask at some level:
There have been reports of another high profile website, launched with performance and availability problems - the obamacare website e.g. http://news.yahoo.com/analysis-experts-architecture-obamacare-website-15....
Publishing systems are as much about people as they are about technologies. Although we are the high technology people, in this case we are engaging younger people, gen-y or 'youth' to engage and promote indigenous activities in the Kimberley region.
In modern publishing we have a role to inform and communicate, but increasingly goals are to engage, have dialogue and possibly develop relationships.
SEO with a touch of Drupal.
One of the most common questions is How do I increase my (organic) search engine ranking? We are attempting to answer this for a site that is starting up.
Web publishing platforms face a conflict between putting everything in editors hands through web forms, while also attempting to be application development or integration platforms.
The following is the list of 10 things we think you should consider when building a site.
What Your Customer Wants
Your site is there to add competitive advantage to your business. Understanding what your customer wants and if there is something that you can deliver to them that few others can, then your site will be valuable. A strategic review seems obvious, but how many site building checklists start with this?