Website Size
2015-01-20, 12:25 AM,
#1
What is the best site dimensions?

I have trouble laying out my websites
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2015-01-20, 12:27 AM,
#2
This really depends on your audience. I would integrate some tracking and check then the screen resolutions of your users, but don't forget the mobile users.

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2015-01-20, 12:28 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-20, 12:29 AM by Daenerys.)
#3
(2015-01-20, 12:27 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: This really depends on your audience. I would integrate some tracking and check then the screen resolutions of your users, but don't forget the mobile users.

Ive learned HTML CSS over and over I get how to use it. But idk how to properly set up a website.

How to make my version come alive, do you suggest i relearn HTML css i took the code academy course.


In other words i don't know how to integrate that stuff / optimize for mobile users
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2015-01-20, 12:32 AM,
#4
Try to make it responsive. That means automatically resize the website based on the visitor's resolution.

My recommendation is to look up for Bootstrap, they will make your life a lot easier.
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2015-01-20, 12:33 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-20, 12:33 AM by Daenerys.)
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(2015-01-20, 12:32 AM)porphyritic Wrote: Try to make it responsive. That means automatically resize the website based on the visitor's resolution.

My recommendation is to look up for Bootstrap, they will make your life a lot easier.


Even on a niche website?

(2015-01-20, 12:32 AM)porphyritic Wrote: Try to make it responsive. That means automatically resize the website based on the visitor's resolution.

My recommendation is to look up for Bootstrap, they will make your life a lot easier.


Even on a niche website?
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2015-01-20, 12:34 AM,
#6
(2015-01-20, 12:28 AM)Daenerys Wrote: In other words i don't know how to integrate that stuff / optimize for mobile users

You can buy ready made templates for this, have a look at e. g. themeforest.

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2015-01-20, 12:43 AM,
#7
(2015-01-20, 12:33 AM)Daenerys Wrote:
(2015-01-20, 12:32 AM)porphyritic Wrote: Try to make it responsive. That means automatically resize the website based on the visitor's resolution.

My recommendation is to look up for Bootstrap, they will make your life a lot easier.


Even on a niche website?

Yes, even on niche website. Basically Boostrap offers you pre-coded functions for making your website responsive. All you have to do is implement them in your code.
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2015-01-22, 12:00 PM,
#8
Search from Youtube : "HTML5 Responsive Website - Start to Finish". This video helped me a lot when I started doing responsive website design. The benefits are that your website works on computers, tablets and mobile phones too! After you have watched the video search for more tutorials on HTML5 and CSS3.

I hope this helps you!
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