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Ways To Develop a Secure Website Structure - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

Ways To Develop a Secure Website Structure

Website structure is often about how user-friendly your site is. A good website should allow visitors to move from one page to another with minimal distractions. Here are a few proven tips that can help develop a user-friendly and secure website structure.

Have Reasonable Links 

It is often crucial to have a reasonable number of links on each page. Inbound links can help web visitors to get to their destination faster. Linking a web page with inbound links can also help direct web visitors to other related pages. However, don’t link irrelevant links to a web page, as that can distract web users and make them abandon your site.

Develop Text Links and Hierarchy 

Developing clear text links and hierarchy can allow web visitors to move from one page to another within the same site. How user-friendly website is can determine how long a web user can stay on it. A user-friendly site often allows users to get to their destination in a few clicks. A website that takes users more than three clicks to their destination can drive them away, and they may never return.

Replace Images With Text 

Text can be better than images when it comes to displaying important links, content, or names. It often gets straight to the point, and visitors may not need an explanation to understand what the information is about. Images can take a web visitor away from what he or she is trying to understand. Website owners can take advantage of tools such as terraform to deploy, create, and manage their website infrastructure such as code.  

Use Accurate and Descriptive Alt Attributes and Title Elements 

Alt attributes and title elements are often where website owners can incorporate their long-tailed keywords. Incorporating keywords you are focusing on in the meta description, page title, and alt tags can make your website easy to navigate. However, the content on your website ought to be directly related to your keyword. Doing so can ensure compliance with SEO rules and keep your website unique.

Consider Your Buyers’ Personas 

It is often critical to think about your target audience when designing your web pages. Research what your target audience would be looking for and reasons for visiting your site. Building a clear path can help your target audience navigate through your site with minimal distractions. Having clear goals and showing what actions your web visitors can take such as call-to-action can make a website easy to navigate. 

Check For Broken Links 

Web users are unlikely to open a broken site or link. Testing every link that a web designer develops can ensure that everything is functioning well. Broken sites and links can make your visitors turn elsewhere. Of course, virtually no one wants that to happen, do you? Equipping a website with Google Webmaster tools can help spot website errors and broken links to ensure user-friendliness.

Keep Your Website Simple

Over-structuring a website can make it hard to navigate. It can be tough to display everything in one portfolio site, but having a one-page layout can add to the usefulness of a website. Having more than six menus on one website can only bury some of your essential stuff deep in the site where web users may not find it. Linking pages to each other can ensure that no one struggles to navigate your website.

These tips can help develop a website with pages that are easy to navigate and information that accurately and clearly describes your brand. Never lose lucrative opportunities and web visitors to a poorly developed site. Instead, create a navigable structure that can guide your visitors through your website and sales process. Keeping your website simple and posting useful information can help attract more visitors and retain the existing ones. Monitoring your website for broken links and using descriptive and accurate alt attributes can contribute to its user-friendliness. Be sure to consider your buyers’ personas and understand what they are looking for when designing your website.




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