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    • Consider the colours Having your own website means you've got all the liberty to create it entirely your own. It’s all up to you and your team to make sure that every one the client-facing aspects of your site represent your brand accurately. If you have already got a well-established color theme for your brand, don’t be afraid to combine it up by adding more pleasing hues to your website’s graphic design. Don’t forget the colours of the fonts and text on your site. ensure it’s easy to read so people can easily see what to click on next by just quickly glancing at different parts of the page. Great Graphics and pictures You should profit of the web’s fantastic ability to present different visual design elements, text, and data. People are more likely to test out other parts of your website if your page elements look interesting. Don’t just focus your graphic design on your logo and company identity. A bland looking website won’t leave a decent impression on your audience. Allocate a number of your resources on designing a singular and coherent rummage around for your entire site, so your website doesn’t just seem like everybody else’s. Use a mix of multimedia to assist point people within the right direction. you'll be able to add infographics to different sections of your site in order that you'll present important information quickly to your users. you'll be able to also easily incorporate videos and audio to create your site more engaging. It’s also a decent idea to spend some money on top quality images that match perfectly with the message you're trying to send. you'll use premium stock photos or hire a photographer who can capture the proper rummage around for your brand. Using your own photos gives you the power to customize your brand’s messaging in order that it'll resonate along with your target market— whether it’s millennials or CEOs. Remove the Clutter Keep in mind that while having fancy graphics and multimedia content is nice, you shouldn’t make up the trap of cluttering up your website with too many confusing design elements. Don’t be terrified of keeping empty white spaces on your pages. Leaving some parts of your site empty allows you to spotlight important content and knowledge. This also makes your visitors more likely to click on other sections of your site to search out out more. Your website should be able to present content and knowledge to your visitors in an exceedingly continuous flow and in an exceedingly logical manner. Notice how search engines don’t dump all the search leads to one page? People would suffer from information overload if the data wasn’t separated into pages. Optimize for All Devices Making your website look good on both computers and mobile devices is what web designers call responsive design. With such a big amount of ways available to attach to the web, you don’t want to go away out a segment of your target market from consuming the content you're trying to present. Always consider how your site’s layout and its design elements look on different screen sizes and resolutions. It may look like lots of additional work, but responsive design may be a real concern that you just must regularly address to form sure your site can cater to everybody irrespective of what they’re using. Give Visitors alternative ways to interact together with your Site If you give people something to try and do on your website there’s a decent chance they’ll stay longer. There are many belongings you can do to create your website more dynamic and fascinating. counting on what variety of service you offer, you'll be able to start with the fundamentals like opt-in or contact forms, an FAQ page, a news section, or a blog. You can also add buttons and options so users can easily share your page and your content on social media like Facebook or Twitter. If visitors find something worth sharing or interacting with on your site even once, there’s an improved chance that they’ll come for more updates
    • First of all, what's web development? Although it should seem hard to define, web development is seen as the simplest way of making, building, and maintaining websites. Typically, web development involves a front-end (everything that interacts with the user) and a back-end - hidden from the regular user - which contains all the business logic and interacts with a database. Python inserts itself in web development as a back-end language, and it's usually combined with another front-end language (frequently javascript) to create a full website. Back to our star question, the rationale for using Python in web development is simple: it's an adaptable, versatile, and highly efficient artificial language that provides dynamic typing capabilities. Python allows developers to make scientific applications, system applications with graphics, games, command-line utilities, web applications, and lots of more options. In fact, Python has been considered as "the most well liked coding language" for the past years. Check the graphic below regarding 2019 researches over the foremost popular coding languages: Another excellent reason for using Python is that it will be used and distributed at no cost. called an open-source product that works with an unlimited set of libraries, all the coding information needed is out there on the web, which implies that copying, embedding, and distributing Python in your products is unrestricted. This makes it extremely useful within the digital systems world once it conceives flexibility within the marketplace and allows companies to interact with many industry sectors
    • Doing some great work to finally understand how to insert data into a database using JavaScript AJAX and PHP But the problem I'm having is this, when inserting say a post (a basic commenting system is what I am doing just for a kind of proof of concept sort of thing so I can understand whats going on as such) it inserts the post but needing to refresh the page to see the new comment/post/data Is there any better way of say doing this like so when inserting it automatically appears in the feed, have this essentially right now:   function getComments() { var comments = document.getElementById('comments'); xmlHTTP.open('GET', 'server.php?getcomments'); xmlHTTP.onreadystatechange = function() { if(xmlHTTP.readyState == 4 && xmlHTTP.status == 200) { comments.innerHTML = xmlHTTP.responseText; } } xmlHTTP.send(null); } function postComment() { var user = document.getElementById("user").value; var comment = document.getElementById("comment").value; var data; if(user.length == 0) { document.getElementById('server-response').innerHTML = '<span style="color: red;">User field can not be empty</span>'; return; } if(comment.length == 0) { document.getElementById('server-response').innerHTML = '<span style="color: red;">Comment field can not be empty</span>'; return; } // xmlHTTP.open('GET', serverScript); xmlHTTP.open('POST', 'server.php?postcomment'); xmlHTTP.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'); xmlHTTP.onreadystatechange = function() { if(xmlHTTP.readyState == 4 && xmlHTTP.status == 200) { // document.getElementById('server-response').innerHTML = xmlHTTP.responseText; var response = xmlHTTP.responseText; if(response == 'Comment added successfully') { getComments(); document.getElementById("user").value = ''; document.getElementById("comment").value = ''; } } } data = 'user=' + user + '&' + 'comment=' + comment; xmlHTTP.send(data); } function deleteComment(id) { // alert('Delete post with id' + id); var postID = id; if(Number.isInteger(postID)) { xmlHTTP.open('GET', 'server.php?deletecomment=' + postID); xmlHTTP.onreadystatechange = function() { if(xmlHTTP.readyState == 4 && xmlHTTP.status == 200) { var response = xmlHTTP.responseText; if(response == 'Comment was deleted') { getComments(); } } } } else { // if not a valid value to be sent to server! } xmlHTTP.send(null); } <p> <label>User <input type="text" id="user" name="user"></label> <br> <label>Enter a comment <br> <textarea cols="40" rows="10" id="comment"></textarea></label> <br> <button type="submit" id="post-comment" name="post-comment" onClick="postComment();">Post Comment</button> <br> <span id="server-response"></span> </p> <div id="comments"> <p>Comments</p> </div> Essentially all the responseText is the results of all data from the database in a nutshell nothing complicated, a kind of guestbook of sorts, tried putting it in a while loop thats infinite but that keeps crippling the tab in the browser or nothing appears Like I was thinking of doing it so that yeah just updates once until a post is made to the database, but then thought would it be possible to make it sort of live updating Any helps much appreciated Jeremy.
    • Hello everyone, I am opening an LLC this summer, and I am looking for experienced Freelance Web & Software Developers to work with on a long term. If anybody is interested in discussing new business opportunities, please let me know. Thank you! Giovanni
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      I am thinking I should do a blog about Standing Rock since I have a lot of images I captured when I was there in 2016 what do you all think about this idea? 

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      cagedillusions.com this is the first website I have ever created I realize the layout is not up to par but it is my first what do you all think?

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      Image of my first blog I wrote all the code for...

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      I've been working on creating my first websites and webdesigns let me know what I need to work on and please don't pull any punches I learn best by getting in the ring with others who are better. DeHartsWebDesign.com, Cagedillusions.com, Tekagephp.com. plus my new blogs Dehartswebdesign.com and Tekagephp.wordpress.com, 😎thanks Shad DeHart🤓

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