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Infographic Cheat Sheets for Web Design

Infographic Cheat Sheets for Web Design

 

iPage is proud to present a resources page for web design featuring cheat sheets and guides for WordPress, HTML, Javascript, RGB Color Codes, Marketing your Facebook Page and More!

https://www.ipage.com/ipage/infographics.bml

Use the WordPress Reference Sheet to customize your WP themes. 

Use the HTML / Javascript Cheat Sheet to work on the features of a coded website.

The RGB Colors Sheet will help you get the right colors for your brand!

There are also Facebook and SMB infographics to help you with marketing your site.

 

Do you have a blog or site where you help others learn web design? Use the embed code to add the infographics to your site or share them on social media.

 

 

Free eBooks are now on iPage

Free eBooks are now on iPage

 

iPage has created some great resources for our small business website owners and bloggers.

These free e-books are helpful practical tips that have no promotional content, can be implemented by almost anyone, and even have a Geek Speak Meter to tell you how complex the terminology is!

 

1.     The Three Do’s and Don’ts of Owning a Small Business Website

 

2.     3 Try this Yourself SEO Tips

 

3.     The 3 Do’s and Don’ts of Building a Website

 

4.      6 Things Google Hates About Your Website

How Your Website Colors Affect Conversions

How Your Website Colors Affect Conversions

 

Getting the colors right on your new website is important for aesthetic reasons. But your website colors also affect conversions. That’s right – changing from a green button to a red button might increase sales. And selecting the right colors can also help to build your brand.

 

This worked for one company, it boosted their conversions by 21 percent by changing their buttons from green to red. There were several factors that contributed to the increase in this example, but it does show that color is important.

 

Helpful Tips for Beginners to Build the Perfect Website

Helpful Tips for Beginners to Build the Perfect Website

For beginners who have no experience in web design, building and maintaining your own website can be quite a challenge. Luckily, there are many website builders out there to help you get started with your own website. The best one to use is called WordPress. WordPress is the industry standard for both beginners and professionals. It’s very easy to learn, yet incredibly powerful and has all the features your website might need. With WordPress, you can professionally build and maintain your own professional website. This leads us to our first helpful tip for building the perfect website:

Something New Has Arrived in the World of WordPress

Something New Has Arrived in the World of WordPress

 

Whether you’re a web aficionado or a tech newbie, convenience, speed, security, and ease of use are likely your top priorities. To ensure security and optimal experience, frequent updates have become crucial for not only your site content, but also any plugins or software you have running.Yet, very few of us have extra time in our day to keep up with these updates. Every second counts for delivering timely content and offers to your readers or customers, so time spent on updates is time not spent on revenue-generating offers and content.

What You May Not Know About WordPress

What You May Not Know About WordPress

 

WordPress is the most popular website builder available – by a long haul. All over the world designers use it every day to create every type of website that you can imagine. But despite this, WordPress is still referred to as a “blogging platform.” So here are some things you may not know about WordPress that shows it can do more than blog.

 

WordPress is a bit like…baking soda. Of course baking soda is for cooking but it has many other uses. It can unclog drains, remove ink from painted surfaces, and remove stains from stainless steel (oh, the irony!). You can use it to brush your teeth, deodorize under your arms, and exfoliate your skin. It can put out small fires and create cool children’s science-experiment volcanic eruptions.

 

A Guide to Designing and Creating Your Website

A Guide to Designing and Creating Your Website – iPage.com

 

There are many reasons to put your ideas online; to gain exposure for your business or organization, to save time by posting pertinent information online, to sell products or services, to educate others about a topic, to connect with others who share your passions and many more.

How do your get your website built and what tools to you need?

It really depends on the type of site you want to build and the time, budget and technical expertise you have at your disposal.

Here is a guide that gives an overview of available tools, including free one click installations from Mojo Marketplace in your iPage hosting account control panel:

 

The Top Wordpress Themes

The Top Wordpress Themes

 

Just as there are tons of WordPress plugins, thousands of different Wordpress themes exist today. And when you’re building a new website, lots of options are a good (and bad) thing. Lots of choice can be overwhelming, so how do you choose? You can spend days looking at themes and still not be sure which one is right. So to help, here are the top Wordpress themes:

 

There are two main categories of Wordpress themes to choose from: paid and free. Paid themes often have more features but that does not necessarily mean they are the best choice. A great free theme will always be better than a buggy-paid-theme that does not always work like it should.

 

How to Understand CMS: Drupal vs Joomla vs WordPress

How to Understand CMS: Drupal vs Joomla vs WordPress

 

Getting your website design online doesn’t need to be a tricky decision. There are three big contenders in the modern CMS (Content Management System) battle. It goes like this: Drupal vs Joomla vs WordPress. So which CMS is best?

 

The answer to that is that it depends. There are two things that you need to consider when you are deciding:

 

1.      Your level of technical knowledge and the amount of time you have to devote to learning how to use the system.

2.      The type of website that you are building.

 

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