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Web WarsStatic vs Dynamic


It is a period of website wars.

In the past, it was common for sites to be developed with straight HTML and styling done via CSS, or even using flash. Gone are those days, as dynamic sites driven by content management systems, and more advanced CSS along with HTML5 have become more in demand.

The visual appeal of a website greatly affects a visitor's impression of your brand, as well as ease-of-use, cross-browser compatibility, and accessibility by mobile phones, which are now more powerful than the computers used in 1980s.

Another big changes is that people now use Google to search for things, instead of the yellow pages, which is why SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is so important. People are also much more apt to purchase products and services online because it's very convenient - they can do so from the comfort of their own homes.

WordPress is UC Web Creations' preferred CMS (Content Management System). It allows you, the website owner, to make updates to your content without having to contact your web designer, once the site has been designed, completed, and published to the internet.

Responsive designs have become popular because they keep the same look and feel of a website and its branding, while being easy to read via mobile phones, such as iPhones, or phones running on a version of Google's Android operating system.

This new age in the world of websites has been called Web 2.0. Are you still stuck in Web 1.0? If you are, then you are definitely part of the Website Wars occurring all over the world, and your competitors may have an advantage on you!

Do you want to have a better chance to win this war? Then you have some decisions to make…

UC Web Creations can help!

View the options offered by UC Web Creations, here!

Don't delay - be a winner in this war of the websites, and ensure you have an attractive, easy-to-use, and easy-to-maintain website!

This page was developed using the CSS3 technique shown in the following blog post from SitePoint.com:


Remember: your website's story is neverending, and it needs to constantly be evolving into something better!

The power of your website is immeasurable!