The current economic opportunities is somewhat encouraging more and more businesses to venture into online selling. Statistically, the figures are encouraging with research showing that the web is influencing more than 53% of all retail sales.
As a small business startup, you next question is, How Much will it cost to have an E-Commerce website?
As a small business owner, many a times you will be bombarded with emails, constant phone calls or even knocks on your door by designers encouraging you to adapt your site into a responsive layout. So, you ask yourself why? You're most likely still selling that awesome product/ service. That hasn't changed. How you are going to sell the same product/ service today is what is changing. In other words, Responsive Design is really not about your needs, it's about your audience.
So you're thinking about getting a website and you must be wondering how much it is going to cost? It is an important question and trust me, you are not the only one asking this question. People often ask me this.
On the one hand you want a great website, and on the other hand, you don't want to pay a fortune for it.
So, I thougt I'd spend a bit of time writting down my thoughts and answers on the cost of web design. It is worth noting that it is also highly unlikely that the prices will remain the same all through 2015.
Amongst the benefits of having a Multi-Lingual Website is expansion of your business. As a web developer, you are spoilt on options for how to deliver a multilingual site. But, through my trades, I have to say using Php Gettext to achieve that goal goes unrivalled. However, is it easy to implement it's functionality and have a website up and running?
Almost every new client these days wants a mobile and tablet version of their website. It's practically essential after all: one design for the BlackBerry, another for the iPhone, the iPad, netbook, Kindle - and all screen resolutions must be compatible, too. In the next five years, we'll likely need to design for a number of additional inventions. When will the madness stop? It won't, of course.
You’ve gone down valleys to have your new website ready. Kudos! I couldn't be happier for you! All those months, countless emails and phone calls between you and your designer ?Oh, and not forgetting the huge amount of money you’ve invested. Err, what do you do next? How will potential customers know i exist?
Hiding and showing elements in web design can be achieved in a rather easy and fast procedure and of course, through various methods. But sometimes, often in responsive layouts, we may often want to display certain items at a particular position, and once the viewport adjusts to a certain dimension, we hope that the item transcends to some new position.
Isn't it fascinating to know how many people have visited your website? Or how many people have read that cool blog post that you posted a few days ago? There are various ways to going around the procedure but the thought of setting up databases just takes the modgo off anyone.
I thus discuss a rather simple and quicker procedure that uses a plain text file (.TXT) to achieve the same results.