Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In web design, information architecture simply means the neat distributive arrangement of form, function, navigation, interface, design, and content of a website through structural integration and proper labeling.
It’s too hard to prompt customers to make a transaction on your ecommerce platform if the basics of form, function, user interface, design, and content on your website are in a shambles.
Today we want to share some simple hover effects with you. These effects are suit for eCommerce website and they will help your product page look more attractive. For the icons we are using Font-Awesome and the images are from picjumbo.com Note that these effects will only work in modern browsers. You’ll have to provide a suitable fallback if you’d like to support for older browsers.
Let’s say you have a long list of items in one of your WordPress sub-menu drop downs. It is often the case with Products or Services sections of the site. So, you probably want those sub-menu items to be split in 2 columns. But you want 2 columns only in certain sub-menus, and you don’t want to overly complicate things with a mega-menu WP plugin. Well, there is an easy way to achieve this using flexibility and power of WP menus, and CSS :nth-child() selector.
In my last post, I discussed Introduction to HTML5, where we looked at some of the new features of HTML5. Today, we will be looking at Which to Use: article vs section. Using these new HTML5 elements can be confusing at times (I was confused to when I first started using them). But going by the semantic definitions of <article> and <section>, you will know the right to use.
HTML5 is the latest and current version of HTML, it has a lot of new features introduced, though it still a working project by the World Wide Consortium (W3C) but most major browsers are beginning to support its new features. One thing I like about HTML5 is it simply DOCTYPE declaration even with all its great features, unlike it predecessors.
The UI of a website have a great effect on a website and its users. The design of a website is depended on its layout (that is how the structuring will be). There are different type of layouts: one-column, two-column, three-column, fixed, fluid etc. The choice of varies from web designers to web designers depending on their needs. We will be discussing table vs div for layout.
The higher the buyers the higher will be the conversions. You can always learn a lot from the conversion rates other Ecommerce platforms have been able to sustain.
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