Website development relates to the technical skills used to take a design and turn it into a functioning website. It covers a range of skill sets and a large amount of knowledge.
Here are some tips & guides on some common aspects related to the development of a websites design so that it is Search Engine Optimised.
The title is probably the most important text on every page of your website. It's the text shown in search results; it is your chance to stand out and attract visitors.
Find out how to edit and create good titles for your website pages.
It often happens. Someone gets a URL wrong or a file is removed and it ends up people are sent to pages that don't exist.
This tool checks if your website is doing the right thing by returning a 404 Missing Page status code when this happens.
Every page on your website can have a short textual description associated with it. This description is sometimes used by search engines or other websites to summaries what your websites page is about.
Find out how to edit and create good descriptions for your website pages.
Ensuring your website responds to requests correctly can be very important. Especially with SEO and the way you redirect requests to a new page.
This HTTP Header Checker tool checks the responses you are sending so you can make sure your doing the right thing.
Speed is now a ranking factor with Google, so you want your website to load as fast as possible.
This tool compresses your CSS files so they take less time to load.
A website is far easier to use if it has a search option. Google's Embedded Custom Search can make this easy to add.
Your domain name is one of the first decisions you make when creating a website. And a hard one to change if you get it wrong! Here are some tips to help you make the right choice.
Joomla has some built in SEO settings and options to become Search Engine Friendly. Here are some tips to quickly optimise your Joomla website.
WordPress has some built in SEO settings and options to become Search Engine Friendly. Here are some tips to quickly optimise your WordPress website.
At times you want to direct your visitor to a specific location on a page. Common examples are on FAQ pages that link the question with the answer, or links back to the "top" of a page.
This sort of link is called an anchor link and here I explain how to create them.