Developing a Responsive Website: Secondary Page

Splitting the text blocks up will encourage users to read on

We’re going to begin to wrap up our tutorial on creating a responsive website this week by creating a secondary services page to feature the necessary, and important, content of our site.  Keeping a sites layout visually appealing is a crucial aspect of keeping a visitor on your site.


Having a simple box filled with verbiage running from left to right is not very inviting, nor aesthetically pleasing.  When displayed like that, the sheer amount of text could be enough to cause your visitor to quickly back up and off your site. That’s why we’re going to break our text up and display it a little more creatively on our larger format.

Daniela Vaseva

Daniela VasevaDaniela is writing tutorials, news, newsletters, and update emails for the DMXzone specialising in the sphere of electronic processing, analysis and publication of texts, and interested in the development of new Internet technologies and problems related to the cyberculture and net literature. She has a bachelor's degree in Bulgarian philology, and a master's degree in computational linguistics.

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