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    Are You Making these Web Design Mistakes in 2019? Your website can make or break your business goals. It's not just about how your website looks. It's about how your website performs and how user-friendly it is. In fact, you have less than 10 seconds to impress your visitors. If you can't strike a chord with them in these 10 seconds, they will leave. You must have come across a ton of websites telling you what to do. However, there are many things you must not do when it comes to web design. In this post, our web design Mississauga team looks at some of the common mistakes businesses make when it comes to their web design. Your Website is Not Mobile Friendly If your website is not mobile friendly, you are losing prospective customers who use smaller devices (tablets and smartphones) to access your website. Your audience expects you to have a mobile friendly website. There's no way out. And this is something you must fix sooner than later. Your Message is Not Clear This is perhaps the biggest mistake. Why? Because users begin making an opinion about your business right from the moment they land on your site. If your visitors can't make what exactly your business is about and what you do, they are likely to leave. At the bare minimum, your products/services must be clearly visible along with trust-building elements such as achievements, accolades, testimonials and industry affiliations. Your Website is Slow to Load Online users are very impatient thanks to a nifty tool called "back" button on their browsers. People do not like waiting and they expect your website to load quickly. Now when we say, quickly, we don't mean under 10 seconds or even 5 seconds. In fact, 47% of people expect a website to load within 2 seconds or sooner. The longer time your website takes to load, the higher is the probability of your users leaving your website. Your Contact Information Isn't Easily Available Once on your homepage, most of your visitors want to see y
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Best unobtrusive anti-spam technique (Not CAPTCHA) | Urbano's Blog - 0 views

    I know you are probably thinking that this will be some silly thing, but this idea that Thomas Landauer came up with is by far the best I've seen in a long time. Add CSS-hidden fields that a user won't see, but a spam-bot will fill. Then using php check if they were filled, and if they were: block the spammer!
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