Website Design Layouts

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      In this era of Technology, Web development is progressing at incredible speed these days. Many business enterprises, students and firms are using their personal websites. Websites are the heart of any organization or any particular firm.The more attractive and effective is the website, the more your organization will grow in terms of increase sales and better relationship with customers.

      Design is the process of collecting ideas and implementing these ideas to them.There are many ways to build your websites more attractive and responsive. We can also involve website layout, website structure, user interface, navigation, colors, font, image gallery, button styles etc. It will add charm to your business. Many layouts are available in market for developing and designing a powerful website which  would results in the best which one has desired.Here we are going to discuss all web design layouts and will conclude which one is the best.


    1) Static Page Layout:

     Static Websites layout are used to give the fixed width for presenting the sites and not changes the width on browser, or we can say you can’t update the content in static website. It has the merit that the code of static layout is light so website loads faster than another website. Suppose we design the static layout website from 1 page to 100 of pages and if you see in PC you don’t need to zoom because horizontal part is small than scroll bar display. And if you see in mobile or tablet you can zoom the screen in interesting points.Cost is generally less than dynamic.

   2) Dynamic Website Layout:

     Dynamic Website design can be simple or complex depending on the customer’s design/development needs. Usually for Simple Dynamic Website Designs,user or customer is charged for Hosting/Domain as yearly fees.One can create dynamic website with the help JavaScript, .net, .php, Open Source, jquery etc with your creativity required for design and development.It is easy to add and manage content with the help of CMS.

   3) Fixed Design Layout:

     A fixed website design layout has a covering that is a fixed width, and in the components parts inside it have each percentage widths or fixed widths. When the browser on a screen is distended or reduced, images and text may visually fall not together on the screen. Most website users are assumed to browse in 1024×768 resolution or higher in fixed design layout.

   4) Responsive Design Layout:

     This approach aims to make website presentation easier by displaying websites on different devices in forms that are easy to read and navigate.Websites created using responsive design are designed to display different content as the browser is expanded or reduced to predetermined sizes.

   5) Liquid or Fluid Design Layout:

     When resizing the browser, the content on the page spreads itself out to fill the width of the browser when expanded, hence the term liquid design came into picture,and will look enlarged or as though it has shrunk. It helps a great deal in making the entire website work fine on different browsers and also setting up multiple widths to videos, content, images to fit different screen resolutions is hectic for designers.

   6) Single page Design Layout:

     One-page websites are hot and popular-no doubt about that. The best single pages are those that help you convey your message into few quick scrolls. They are well designed and compatible with most Internet browsers. New page sites provide a linear journey for the user and work particularly well for devices where scrolling is the main form of navigation.


     There is no denying that responsive web design has been gaining in popularity and importance ever since Google announced that mobile-friendly, responsive websites will see a boost in their search engine rank in 2015.Responsive web design simply means making websites that can adapt to the size of the visitor’s view port. The goal is for content to render differently depending on the device or screen size so that visitors have an optimal experience no matter how they access a website. The primarily benefit of responsive web design is that sites load quickly without any distortions, so users don’t need to manually resize anything to view content.

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