There are plenty of Drupal Modules that you can install for your site as add-ons. What we liked best about Drupal modules is that it already comes pre-shipped with several modules. So a standard distribution contains several useful modules that you can simple point, click and enable.
Some examples of such pre-shipped modules are: archive that displays a calendar to navigate old content, book which allows users to collaboratively author a book, forums for threaded discussions about general topics, paths that enable renaming URLs for search engines, polls to capture votes on different topics in the form of multiple choice questions, and much more....
The Most Important Question To Ask About Your Web Site!
When you design a website how do you start ?
Do you start with the banner graphics at the top, or the order page or maybe the sales letter ?
All of those are areas that have to be created but they're really not the place to start.
The place to start is by answering one simple question about your site.
To explain my point I need to first confuse the issue a bit (you'll see why): While a landing page is not an order page, it can, and in many cases should, contain the order form. So what is the difference?...
Sell Yourself First...Your Key To More Sales
Selling on the internet is a challenge. There is noway to come "face to face" with your potential buyer. That visitor is unlikely to buy from you on the first visit. It's likely to take several visits and contactsbefore they throw down that cash or credit card.
So, how do you build enough trust in a visitor to make them a customer who will press that "buy" button?
Well, here are some tips on getting started withbuilding trust among your site's visitors.
Put a picture of yourself on your site. Heck, itdoesn't even have to be a current one....
Maximising Web Site Viewability - Browsers
With so many different configurations internet users have their computers set up with, it can be difficult to decide how web sites should be configured so that it is viewable in as many configurations as possible.
So in the last 6 months i have been logging the statistics from my web design site to achieve as accurate a result as possible to answer this question.
The results are interesting reading and in my next few articles i will be analysing this data. First is browsers, and here are the
general statistics :
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6....
Web Site Accessibility
Making your site accessible means making it available to be used by all. It's too easy to think that what looks ok to you will do for all. Unfortunately, things aren't that simple.
Websites are no longer just looked at by people sitting down in front of a PC. Today, websites are viewed on PCs, laptops, palmtops, all manner of mobile devices, digital TV, they are viewed by non-human automated systems or robots and are read aloud by special software to the visually impaired. If your site cannot be used by all these browsers you are reducing your audience and it's not a small minority you're losing....
Good Content Pays!
Traffic to a site can be a blessing or a curse. Visitors who find what they are looking for, are engaged in what the site offers, and/or come away with a positive impression become the site owner's best allies and customers. But lead a visitor to believe that they will find what they are looking for and then not provide on your promise and you will find yourself being stabbed in the back repeatedly by people you will never know. As discussed in another article, "What Are the Benefits of Good Design on the Web?...
Other Ways to Look at Things
Many people today are tired of the Microsoft software that came pre-packaged with their operating system. Some have switched over to Apple's Macintosh line, but for the most part we just put up with what we have. Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) has come under a lot of fire as of late for several reasons. Hackers find IE easy to exploit.
These reasons, and many others, have sent Internet users searching for a new, less bug-prone browser. Several browsers have topped the market, and have become quite popular....
Web Design:10 Magnificent Millionaire Dollars Ad Copy Secrets To Empower Your Website..
Hello, how is your website doing?
Are sales flowing in?
If you answer no, may I offer you 10 eye-popping web design secrets to make your website sell!
1. Use a hand written letter on your ad copy insteadof text. Write the ad on a piece of paper, scan it andpublish the ad on your web page. Adding a personaltouch will always increase your sales.
2. Publish a list of famous and respected customerswho have bought from you on your a copy. Peoplewill think that if these people bought from you, theyshould also trust your business and purchase yourproducts....
Is Your Web Site Turning Visitors Away?
One of the biggest problems with Web sites is that the very first pageon the site is turning people away.
Why? Because most Web site owners talk about themselves instead oftalking about their Web site visitor.
You know what I mean. How often have you visited a Web site thatstarts off with the big bold heading "Welcome to XYX Company"?
And it only goes downhill from there.
The next paragraph says something like "XYZ Company has worked for 40years in manufacturing, testing and selling ABC products to businessesaround North America and the world....
You Need RSS, Atom, and ROR/RDF Codes on Your Website--Now You Need Google Sitemap as Well!
Do you have a website? If so, you need an ROR XMLNS code button which leads to a full ROR/RDF code page for your website. This code tells search engines all about the special details you input into the code about your website. For example, it tells them special details about each particular product (or certain special ones) that you sell on your site or sites, it tells the search engine bots your contact information such as your business address and phone number (without informing the entire universe, as the code is invisible to all but you and the search engine bots examining your website), it gives info on special other links you want the search engine bots to associate with your website, and it gives any other such major info that you want the big search engines to explore and know all about from your website....
Website Savvy: 10 Key Steps to Turn Your Customers ON!
"How to turn "slightly interested" customers into "I've got to have it!" customers!"
I am truly amazed as to the lack of information websites contain. You would think that a business would realize that a potential customer would at least like to know how to contact the customer service department. But, you'd be astonished at how many times I've actually come across NO information on the business except "place your order here". That truly leaves the customer with a feeling of abandonment....
Cheap Web Design
If you think it's simply a case of who will do it for the best price, think again.
As with many things we buy there are several important factors to take into account. For a moment let's compare setting up a website with buying a house. When you are looking for a new house it's not simply a case of comparing how many rooms you get for your money. In fact there are lots of factors outside of the property itself. What is its location like? How will it stand up as an investment? The same is true of a website....
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