7 Common Mistakes That Web Developers Make

Common Mistakes That Web Developers Make

Since the arrival of the term ‘internet’ in the late 90s, it has made a significant impact on the lives of the people. Though there may be numerous choices available for accomplishing the task of creating website for the commercial and social interaction still there exists some drawbacks regarding successful completion of making the web page. The web developers needs to choose from the existing platforms like HTML, JavaScript, DotNet etc and use  the pre-existing framework for making the web pages. Once the developers choose their desired platform, then detailed information regarding development of the website can be achieved from online via many journals and articles. The most important part of the developer is to avoid making common mistakes that many others make in that situation.

Here are list of few mistakes that web developers commonly make:

Using Old School HTML Script

Earlier the choices for making the web pages were very few and required implementation of HTML scripts. This was readily replaced by other scripts as it was complicated and was inconsistent across several browsers.

Compatibility with All Browsers

A developer must be found of some particular browser and might test the script in that browser only. This results in compatibility of the script in other browsers thus resulting in poor quality display of the website which makes a bad image in front of the users.

Bad Form:

Prompting the users for the data and implementation of that data to be trusted might be little dangerous as the data received from the users cannot be fully trusted upon.

Bloated Response:

The websites which use high quality graphics and images prefer to use CSS and Javascript in their web page. Addition of HTML script leads to unnecessary confusion among the developers for making the web page.

Create Working Code:

Whether it is Javascript or CSS, the developer must look forward to implement only proper codes. It is necessary that the web developer should guarantee that the code will work accordingly when once it is been deployed.

Writing Working Code:

For the web page to be compatible, the developers mostly use a heap of data statement for each browser thus resulting into a pile of data codes. This becomes a problem for the developers as the extra data codes are unnecessary.

Responsive Design:

The web pages designed by the developers must be responsive i.e. they must be compatible with all the gadgets of different screen size.

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Shiv Gupta is an Internet marketing professional & Editor at SEMPandit. Beyond SEMpandit, He also provide search marketing consultancy & advice to SMEs & eCommerce based companies.