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Web development is a general term for work related to the development of a Web site for the internet (World Wide Web) or an intranet (a private network). Web development can range from developing the simplest static page from plain text to more complex web-based internet applications (or simply "web applications") and social networking services. Web development ranges from creating simple text pages to complex web applications, social networking applications, and e-business applications.
Even if your introduction is modest, your business needs a presence on the web. Maybe you postponed it. After all, we were not all on Earth writing code on the internet and hiring someone who was expensive. Fortunately, you do not need to know anything about programming to create a decent website these days. There are many tools, even free, that make your job difficult.
Usability, or User Experience, is the art of making your website simple, user-friendly and easy to use. Understanding your customer’s online behavior gives your insight into what works and what doesn't.
The ease of use of the Web is the ease of use of a Web site. Some general goals of usability present information and the choice of clear and precise manner, uniqueness and the location of important elements in the relevant areas. Another important element of web usability is ensuring that the content works across multiple devices and browsers.
In order to understand the structure of the information space offered by the application and to navigate the hypertext, users must be able to identify the main classes of conceptual content.
It suggests that once user’s have identified the main class’s of the application, they should have the tools they need to access the specific content they might be interested in.
Layout Since people are usually ready to read web pages, they are more likely to leave the page if they cannot find what they need fast enough. As a result, most web pages or sites are created using a grid layout to make the site more useful.
Web usability also affects the colors used on a website. Using other colors than standard colors can be confusing to users of your website, such as: For example, instead of using blue to create a hyperlink, opt for the rose. This can disturb the user because it can change the meaning for some users.
Web usability has also led to the use of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), which show the content well visible and make the beautiful colors, and also offer a perfect design.
For the sole purpose of making user websites accessible, regardless of the browser they use, many web developers use valid HTML because they only use the elements that operate globally.