What do you think of single page websites?

by scriptstealer69 - 05-10-2017, 04:37 AM
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Posted: 18-07-2020, 05:13 PM
I definitely agree with Maxcoder, single page sites are well suited to landing pages. When users are going to have to actually navigate the site, and may want to get from one part of the site to another very quickly, single page sites can feel like they are slowing the user down.

I think that single page sites are great, especially for requiring fewer clicks and actual interactions in order to create engagement, but there are definitely specific use cases and there are still cases where single page sites are not appropriate.
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Posted: 23-07-2020, 02:18 PM
Coming from the angle of Trends and Tribulations in the world of web. . if you know
SPA's (Single page apps) is definitley where to go or start going..
- page loads once
- no page refresh
- improved user experience because navigating through content is quicker and more responsive.
- most web traffic today is generated from mobile hence their is high need for mobile first approach webpages, and this is where SPA's rule. it feels like your using a mobile App
- Easier maintenance because you only have to maintain one web page
- Easier to maintain since the different parts of the site is designed in bits & chunks (components)
- You can design for quality over quantity — instead of having to design multiple page layouts for different types of site content, you can focus on just one solid and high-quality design
- Your Google PageRank applies to the whole site
and many more
talk about SEO you can build SPA with SSR and have great SEO
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