Customizing Your WordPress Site With Blogger Links
While Lapak303 has a definite influence on my music, I am not a fan of his website. It’s so poorly designed that you would think the company itself was in trouble. It is incredibly hard to navigate. No matter how many times you go through the index and go to the different tabs, you will never find what you are looking for.
In the upper right corner of the screen, you will see an arrow pointing to the left. When the arrow is pointing to the left, click it and you will be taken to a search results page, where there will be nothing but links to various pages, leading nowhere.
Your only way out of Lapak303’s search results is to scroll down. Then you have to click the “back” button. That takes you back to the search results. It’s the same thing over again.
The problem with his navigation issues is that they will leave your visitors confused. If you have some sort of online store, your visitors might wonder if they should visit your blog or the home page. You will lose potential customers.
In order to overcome the problem of how to navigate around link Lapak303 search results, you need to think about your overall design. Not just the layout, but the entire structure. Make sure that each page you have on your site has an organized and simple way to navigate to it.
A great way to solve Lapak303’s navigation problems is to use WordPress. Using WordPress is easy to do. After you install WordPress onto your server, install all the plugins and add-ons you need. Then, simply create a new blog post and add a meta description, title, tagline, and a link to your website. WordPress is a wonderful tool for creating blogs. It offers widgets, an amazing admin interface, and easy content management. All you need to do is install the plugin. I use this tool daily to build content rich blogs for my clients.
If you want to use WordPress for your site, don’t forget to place all of your affiliate links on your pages. When someone clicks on your links, it will direct them to your website. This gives you a direct and positive relationship with your readers.