Start a collection of checklists and cheat sheets that you can use when you have issues with your site. Not to mention you might find some advice that you didn’t know before. Choose your fonts carefully. You should only choose fonts that look professional and are easy to read. The font type on a website is a quick indicator of how professional it is. Do not employ exotic fonts that will be absent from many visitors’ computers or over-used fonts such as Comic Sans. A font can be subset to the default font on your user’s computer if they don’t have it. The results are uncontrollable and often unattractive.
It’s a good idea to set up your site so that it can retain a copy of user information that must be entered repeatedly. For instance, if a user registers at your site and another form requires the same information again, be certain your website preserves this data to prevent them the useless and annoying hassle of filling it in again. Saving the user’s information in this way simplifies work for them, and is much appreciated by your website visitors.