A clean and up-to-date code in your website makes for a huge, positive impact on the site’s performance.
Most modern websites are developed using a CMS (Content Management System) as their fundamental platform and base system. Such CMS platforms helps to automate processes and overall, increase efficiency and achieve a website’s optimal functioning/productivity.
But first – you need to evaluate what the best solution would actually be for your very own website.
And then – compare your short-listed back-end CMS preferences and arrive at your ideal platform.
Some smaller websites use expensive, unmanageable CMS systems which require proficient programming skills to even update a mere image or change the simplest of elements of a website template. Having one of these CMS platforms in place, yet without an absolute requirement for needing it would be comparable to journeying from The Sydney Opera House to Luna Park.
But demanding you do so by sailing the Titanic.
Instead – you may simply require a jetboat. An overall efficient and user-friendly maintenance system that is head-to-toe easy for actioning updates.
Website functionalities and interactions on the other hand, are the other 50% of the equation.
When looking to realise your creatively-conceptualised responsive functionalities into your website design – be sure that these ideas indeed translate into realistic goals. Nowadays, we can use open-source libraries to aid the development process.
Which is where the magic actually happens.