Google claims that valid HTML is a signal of quality.
Programmers have no consensus on the importance of valid HTML code and layout. Some people think that this is very important, while others say that it does not matter. Recently, Google noted that valid HTML code is an indicator of quality:
Why is code validation important? There are various points of view on this issue. The Google team considers validation of the code as one of the main indicators of quality.It cannot guarantee availability, performance and ease of use, but it reduces the number of possible issues that may arise and in many cases indicates the correct use of technology. Continue reading
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In the practice of our team, there are quite rare cases when clients turn to them with a request to correct a number of errors on the site, or completely redo their site. Why it happens? Let’s get it right.
Quality and price are interconnected things.
In site building, as in any other areas, there are beginners, secondary specialists and professionals. Offers on the Internet from them all come in a huge amount. For many customers, price becomes a fundamental factor. But can the cost be the same for a novice student and a specialist with 10-20 years of experience who has developed more than one hundred sites and spent much more time on the careful implementation of projects? The answer to this question is obvious. Continue reading