When it comes to designing or developing a website, the tools or resources you utilize have a huge impact on the overall workflow and results of your project. The more reliable and time-saving your tools are, the better are the chances that you would focus on crucial things and make effective decisions. To create a foundation for lucrative results, it’s essential for both developers as well as designers to make use of resources that will help becoming faster and efficient.
A year ago in September 2013 we published a post on ‘How to build a church website from a template‘. The year passed quickly and now we’d like to refresh the topic with some new ideas.
When it comes to web design, designers are keen to follow trends and justifiably so. Web designs can indeed help you to make a splash with your website. However, among all the blossoming trends, there are some trends which can – and must – be left behind, as they can prove to be the nasty burns for you website’s prospects.
Content sliders become very popular among website owners especially if they own online stores for their products. Such popularity is easy to explain. jQuery content slider adds vibrancy and freshness to the website. It helps with presenting the most important and useful content of a great amount of the website information as well as improve usability.
Easily the most popular blogging platform and foundation of several major websites, WordPress owes its fame to its flexibility and ease of use. The fact that it’s free, open-source and based on incredibly popular PHP and MySQL doesn’t hurt either. On top of that, there’s a whole wealth of plugins, which can expand the platform way beyond its basic core installation.