HTML version 5 differs from version 4 by new, shorter and faster tag listings. The authors emphasize simplicity and efficiency. HTML5 can also create an application that works in the browser even when the user does not have an Internet connection and which stores the data in the local storage on the user's computer. When an internet connection is available, the application can synchronize data with a remote server.
CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets 3) is the third version of CSS cascading styles since 2005, when the development of this technology was initiated by the W3C consortium. The expected completion of this technology was projected for 2015, but today most features are supported by the most common web browsers.
Mobile and responsive websites
WEB SITE APPLIED FOR MOBILE DEVICES
The number of visitors viewing websites outside of a regular computer or notebook is growing every year. In particular, the number of users coming to the site from mobile phones, as well as tablets and other devices with varying resolution, is increasing. By creating a mobile or responsive website, you will be getting closer to visitors from these devices, making it easier for you to search for information or purchase in an e-shop.
In the case of a mobile site, special pages optimized for mobile devices are created, while the responsive website is the creation of a universal solution for the main site that dynamically adapts to each resolution. Both solutions have their advantages and disadvantages.
Both mobile and responsive websites offer a great competitive advantage over websites without these special interfaces. Google's search engine began in 2015 to "favor mobile-friendly" sites in search results. At the same time, research shows that over 60% of customers have a better branding experience if they have a good experience with their mobile phone.
ADVANTAGES OF MOBILE AND RESPONSIBLE WEBSITES
- maximum availability for the customer
- great competitive advantage
- simplicity and clarity for the customer
MOBILE, OR RESPONSIBLE WEB?
There is no unambiguous answer, you always have to choose a solution that is appropriate for the site. It has to be based on the specific focus of the site and the characteristics of the target group. The role of the current solution also plays a role - the working web is generally easier to add to a special mobile version; instead, the new website pays off to invest in a responsive website.