The Internet has changed. Websites have become more responsive to different screen sizes. Yet there is so much more.
Two major updates in core technologies have made this possible: HTML5 and CSS3. Effectively used, these technologies have created advanced tools for making the web a more dynamic and customized experience. Best of all, these new web standards are free to use, free to develop, free of any business interests, completely free.
For Host Eagle, responsive design is more than a website that fits your visitors' screen space. It's building a web presense that responds to their needs and yours quickly, even for small businesses, without breaking the bank. That's the beauty of the evolving world wide web.
Presentation + Animation = CSS3
Still partly a technology of the future, CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets, version 3) introduced to the web a native way to bring your web pages to life with animated effects. Traditionally, we've depended upon plugins such as Flash to provide us with rich, interactive expriences on the web. However, as the web has evolved, there have also developed drawbacks to these plugins. Major, mobile web browsers don't support them. CSS3 may some day fill that gap.
Meanwhile, CSS has long been the standard for controlling presentation on the web, and with the introduction of animated effects in CSS3, that presentation has become more dynamic. Additionally, CSS3 has also introduced a native way to control presentation for different screen sizes, making responsive design that much easier.
HTML5 has actually simplified the way websites are built. Hand coding web pages has never been more fun!
The power of this latest version of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is in its ability to natively embrace so many aspects of a multimedia web.This translates into a more uniform experience across all web browsers and operating systems.
Audio and video files can now be included on a web page just like we've always been able to do with images. New features such as canvas (the ability to draw on a web page) or geo-location (the ability for a web page to know where the user is at in real time) are just two of several exciting features that have been introduced.
HTML5 has created a more interactive experience on the web, the uses for which we are only beginnning to experience.
Good, ol'fashion customer service is Host Eagle's strongest selling point.
Host Eagle's owner, Brent Leavitt, loves to make his customers happy. He's intentionally chosen to not seek employment with larger organizations, so as to work in a market that frequently goes underserviced: small business owners. Brent has been building websites for small business for more than five years, offering a breath of fresh air and confidence to those who work with him.
In addition to HTML5 and CSS3, Brent loves to launch new sites using WordPress. He also does custom work using PHP, MySQL, and Jquery. Past projects have been developed using Magento, XCart, FatFreeCart, WP E-commerce, OS Commerce, GetSimple CMS, Joomla, Drupal, Plone, and Expression Engine.
Host Eagle offers domain registration and hosting services at very competive rates. It's all part of Host Eagle's full service customer support.
Brent Leavitt, Owner
801-372-2610 (cell) or
520-568-5955 (home office)
37465 W. Amalfi Ave.
Maricopa, Arizona 85138