Upgrade your Site to HTML5 and CSS3 with Modern Web Design

Danny Donovan
January 21, 2013

HTML5 and CSS3 are here to stay; is your business website ready?  HTML5 is still developing, but businesses should safely assume it is the technology for today and the future. With hundreds of people accessing the internet with a myriad of devices, it’s about time you ensured you have the best web design to target the Florida market, and here’s why.

HTML5 is supported by both future and past browsers, eliminating visibility issues and browser incompatibility problems once and for all. CSS3, on the other hand, is the fastest way to change the way content is displayed across an entire website without changing each page or element–saving developers a lot of time. CSS3 conveniently eliminates the need for some browser extensions, allows easy resizing of content, applies different multiple effects to the same area generally enhancing the look of a website.

HTML5 means more meaningful markup language for search engines, allowing them to crawl a website faster and provide a better ranking based on relevance. This can translate to more traffic for a business and better bottom lines. HTML5 and CSS3 also allow better display of old and new multimedia. This includes audio and video, geolocation information, and more drag and drop features.

Not only does HTML5 and CSS support all browser types, but when coded properly, also seamlessly support the latest mobile devices and tablets.

For businesses that run websites built on HTML4, there is no need to throw away the code. HTML4 integrates seamlessly into HTML5 and CSS3, and your business can immediately begin receiving new viewers on your website who access the internet from mobile devices.

Web content built on HTML5 and CSS3 are immediately viewable on mobile browsers. Before the technology, it was common to see businesses developing two websites, one for mobile browsers and the other for desktop PCs. Pages built on HTML and CSS3 lower your cost of doing business because you only have to update one website that is served on any type of devices.

For media-based content such as video content, service providers such as YouTube upgraded to HTML5 and CSS3 because it offers better support to multimedia outlets allowing users on diverse platforms such as the MAC, who had problems accessing the platform, easy access now. In case you are planning on contacting web design firms in the Florida area, ensure that they will develop your website content on HTML5 and CSS3.

Danny Donovan
Upon graduation, with little money and a ton of risk, Danny took his project and put his degree into action by starting his own website design business. With little direction, he began to learn the ins and outs of running a website development and marketing agency through trial and error. To start, Dsquared Media resided in a tiny 210 square foot office space located in Delray Beach, Florida that was barely room enough for employees to work. As time progressed, so did Danny’s knowledge on maintaining and running a successful business based on progressive marketing strategies. Currently, Dsquared Media employs 12 media professionals and is located in a space over 7 times larger than the tiny office in Delray. Danny attributes his success to a keen eye for intelligent design and an inspiration to live according to his passions.

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