Breadcrumbs (or breadcrumbs trail) are a number of hyperlinks on top of a web page used as a navigational aid. It allows users to keep track of their locations within the website structure. Like on top of this page. User Friendly And that’s very user friendly. A lot of people (the majority) won’t enter your website on […]
Blog about Websites
On this blog about websites I am sharing my tests, discoveries and tips about websites. This is very broad, from usability to conversion optimization and from web analytics to blogging.
Maybe HTTP or HTTPS doesn’t ring a bell with you. HTTPS means HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure and makes sure that data on a website is being exchanged safely. By using HTTPS the data is being encrypted. So an outsider is not able to intercept anything. You can see if a website is using it when […]
When building websites for clients, one thing that happens very often is companies wanting to add sliders (or carrousels) to it. You know them, those huge images that are changing every few seconds. Normally you’ll find them on the home page. I always discourage that. Sliders aren’t a good idea in my opinion. They are not usable, make your […]
Supposing you are blogging for a while now, you probably ran into the following problem before. To strenghten your blog content you are adding some images to it. You found those images on Google Images probably. Because that’s simple and fast. But this can be dangerous for your bank account. Google Images Images that you find on Google […]
Sometimes you see a nice font on the internet, which you would like to use yourself. It can be difficult to find out the name of the font. WhatTheFont is a website where you can find the font you are looking for in a quick and easy way. You have two options. Whether you upload […]