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How to Create Great Business Websites with Jupiter WordPress Theme? Learn from These 5 Real-life Examples!
Bill Gates said, “If your business is not on the Internet, then your business will be out of business.” But it’s not enough that your business is on the internet. You have to make your presence shine on the internet too. You must have a website that your clients will know and love.
“There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.”, said Milton Glaser. If you are a designing agency, the pressure is higher to have an over-the-top website. How you tweak and beautify your Premium WordPress Theme will speak volumes about your capacity in design.
Quite a large number of users modify the files in the parent theme, and that often causes problems. After you update the theme to a new version, you’ll lose your changes and you’ll have to edit the files again.
This post is part of Artbees’ blog series where we compare Jupiter Shop Customizer to various web tools designed for building ecommerce sites. If you haven’t already, check out our previous posts where we compare Jupiter to Wix and Squarespace.
One of the most common questions we get here at Artbees is what’s the most recommended web hosts for Jupiter WordPress. Our answer is never as simple as throwing back a link for our users; there is a whole range of factors to consider. Choosing a good web host is critical for the performance and success of any website, since it essentially lays the foundation.
We’ve all seen websites with a tacky, hard-to-read font that makes the designer in us cringe! Maybe it’s an underestimated component, but typography can really make or break a website’s overall look and the impression it leaves. That’s why choosing the right font is crucial!
You’ve probably encountered popups countless times as you surf the net, and you’ve probably even purchased or signed up through a popup yourself.
There are over 1.2 billion active websites online, and it’s getting increasingly harder for websites to stand out in terms of design and user experience.
Updating your WordPress theme ensures that your website theme has the most up-to-date features and functionality. We also regularly improve the security of our theme, and publish bug fixes through updates.
As you’re probably well aware, designing a website can be tricky business, and that’s why we strive to make the Jupiter theme as user-friendly and intuitive as possible. Even so, we have many not-another-one, shaking-my-head kind of moments when certain web design mistakes resurface over and over again.
Your header is undeniably important to the success of your website as a whole. It’s the first thing people see when they visit your site. It allows visitors to understand what you’re all about and often times it is a pivotal means of navigation.
We can all agree that keeping an open line of communication with our respective clients and users can go a long way. Client feedback helps propel businesses by inspiring them to exceed expectations, and more importantly, by pointing out areas that still have room for improvement.
You asked, and we heeded! Our goal with this new Header Builder was to knock down any limitations or restrictions you once had in customizing your headers and give you full reign over the look and functionality of your headers! In this article, we’ll introduce you to some of the new header toys you’ll have along with how to make use of them.
Since I’m redesigning my website and planning to relaunch my business as a full-service content marketing agency, I’ve been looking at how I can leverage the comments section of my blog.
When you’re shopping for a smartphone, let’s say, you look at a few devices and compare them to each other in terms of its design, features, and ultimately, the price. You even place them side by side to study and analyze their similarities or differences.
You know that feeling you get when you and your team have finally found a solution to a problem you’ve been trying to solve for weeks?
The age of instant-gratification has fully seeped into the business world, causing customers to expect their demands to be met in a flash. This can be taxing on a company, but unfortunately if you don’t adapt to this pace it’ll certainly be difficult to stay in the running amongst heavy competition.
Now an increasing number of websites are including videos as a way of establishing a more effective and personal interaction with their customers. After all, seeing members of your team or the founder of a product talking about their work and conveying their character and personality is a powerful way to connect virtually face to face.
Now that we’ve had a quick look at what should be included in your blog post, let’s move on to the blog shortcodes that can be used to customize your WordPress Blog post layout to cater to your content and audience.
Most languages are written left to right (LTR), but some of them including Arabic, Persian and Hebrew are right to left (RTL) languages.
Your WordPress blog layout and design affects the likability and readability of your blog. All the parts of your blog page must be well-designed and properly placed to make it appealing for your readers.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably spent days, weeks, maybe even months planning, editing and working on the design of your website. If you’ve meticulously designed your content to fit your style and design, you wouldn’t want to slap your site with a generic Google Map, would you?
So you’ve finally done it! You’ve got your domain name, registered on WordPress and bought your theme. Now what? I remember asking myself the same thing.
Your site speed is one of the key factors that contributes to the success of your website. Let’s reiterate that the average attention span of an average user is approximately 8 seconds, which means that you have about 3 to 4 seconds to grab their attention. But, what if your website loads longer than that? Bam! You’ve just lost a potential lead.