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When you access the Internet from your computer, tablet or mobile phone, you rarely stop to think about how quickly the page was opened or how easily the information is displayed.

This is due in large part to the way many websites are designed.

A design that allows you to display the content optimally regardless of the device you are using.

It's about responsive web design.

What is responsive web design?Why is it so important to have a site with responsive web design?It is also important for advertising on Facebook and AdWordsHow is the experience of a user in a non-responsive site?How can it affect not having a site with responsive design?Tips for using responsive designFuture scalabilityConclusion
Find Out Why You Need A Website with Mobile Version »


What is responsive web design?  Responsive web design allows the design of a web page to change depending on the size of the screen used to view the site. That is, a wide screen can show a site layout with mult…

Cost of a Website If You Have Limited Resources

With regard to the creation, management and operation of your website, there are five main phases that you must overcome:
Set up the websiteLearn to use a website editorDesign the structureCreate the contentProblem solving and continuous maintenance

For each of the phases, you must determine if you have time or technical or design knowledge to successfully overcome them.

If you've heard of website creation software like WordPress or Wix, you might think, "Well, both are technology; So, how are they different? »

This example serves to illustrate it.

There are several ways to make a tasty homemade soup:

Method A: prepare the soup from scratch. Go to the store, buy the ingredients, the pieces and make the soup. You all have to do it, from start to finish.

Method B: You can use ingredient delivery services to streamline the process. They send you the prepared ingredients so you do not have to leave the house or prepare anything. You just have to follow the recipe and introduce the …

How much should a website cost you?

While it is true that the attractiveness or visual appearance of the design can give a clue, it is not always the case. What if I told you that website A is a custom-made design whose apparent cost could range from $5000 to $10,000, while website B is a free template? You would not believe me! And, just by looking at the design, it is very difficult to assess how much a website costs. It can be stated as follows: it is indisputable that the Lamborghini Spyder is a striking car. And yet, what most of their enthusiasts love is not their appearance, but how it sounds: it is the roar of the V10 engine that makes the Spyder go from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.4 seconds. As with the $250,000 Lamborghini, what counts for a website is not just its visual aspect, but rather what it includes "under the hood" and what makes it work. So, do not be fooled by appearances: the design is just a small piece of a big cake. After helping hundreds of companies to create their websit…

How to make a website using WordPress

Alright, we're almost there. Before publishing your WordPress site, let's summarize the steps you should have followed to get here.

Determine if WordPress is right for youSubscribe to the right hosting planChoose a domain nameInstall your WordPress siteChoose a themeCreate content and pagesInstall plugins

All ready? Then, you will be ready. But do not think the work is over. A good website is never completely finished. You will see. The Internet evolves constantly and your site also.

The life of a WordPress site is a cycle in which steps 6 and 7 happen continuously and, if this were not enough, a little personalization is added to the topics.

Determine if WordPress is right for youAcquire the hosting planChoose a domain nameInstall your WordPress sitePick a topicCreate content and pagesInstall pluginsPublish your site!
Need a website with mobile version? Read this article!

Step 1: Determine if WordPress is right for you

Almost one third of all websites are created with WordPress…