Sliders once ruled the web design landscape, but it’s well past time for them to be eliminated from websites, mainly because they create a disappointing user experience. There has been extensive testing by many agencies and organizations to prove this point, and they all point to one conclusion: sliders are dead.
Did you know that WordPress powers nearly 40% of all websites? This didn’t happen by accident. WordPress has steadily grown its market share to become the internet’s number one Content Management System (CMS.) Everyone likes it. The holy trinity of web developers, users, and search engines all seem to be fond of WordPress websites. How did all this happen? And why does WordPress reign supreme?
Google has long looked for much more than simple relevance when it comes to search ranking. With the 2021 Page Experience update Google is sending a clear message to webmasters and SEO experts to focus on the usability and user experience of their websites and will be introducing a key set of new metrics and best practices designed to help them along the way.