It is accepted that only large companies with high financial resources need complex sites with many different information, and small business representatives can manage modest HTML pages. In reality, this is not true at all, and today, though large, though a small company can afford to create a site of varying levels of complexity: from simple information to complex corporate.
Until recently, the creation of an HTML site was the only opportunity for a small company to declare itself on the Internet, because sites of a more sophisticated level were simply inaccessible to the modest financial appetites of such companies. Continue reading
When a buyer places an order, they see a so-called thank you page in the online store that helps them understand that the order has been successfully completed and the store managers will contact you shortly to clarify the details of the purchase or report payment information. It would seem that this buyer can end up interacting with the store, but a competent approach to the design of pages of gratitude will allow both parties to benefit and benefit.
When a purchase is completed on an online store, users typically see a thank you page – a page that confirms the fact of the order and usually contains a thank you text on behalf of the store, for which it is named. Continue reading