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3 Good Signs of Bad Website
By: Daniel Sims
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    3 Good Signs of Bad Website

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    When the internet first became popular years ago, it was o.k. to get your neighbor's kid to design a website for you.Remember that? A page with a bunch of square pictures and fonts of different sizes and colors telling about yourself or your business. WOW! We thought that was something!

    While that may have been acceptable 15 years ago, today you would be the laughingstock of the community. Below we list three easy ways to spot a bad website, or 3 good signs of a bad website. This list will help you avoid common mistakes make by beginning web designers.

    Here are 3 things you need to check when designing your website:

    1.) Consistency-A website should be consistent in design throughout all pages. You should not have a picture of palm trees as the background for one page and pictures of Egyptian pyramids on the next. Your website should flow seamlessly like a software program, not like a composite of 20 different sites piled on top of one another. Your font style and size should be the same on every page. It is best to use a CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) to control your font sizes. However if you are not sure how to use one, just do your best to make sure that each page follows the same design standards.

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