Over the past few years, we’ve seen the trend towards one-page or single page websites grow thanks to the introduction of HTML5 and jQuery, which make it easy to build stunning websites with nifty transitions and effects. Building a one page site can sometimes be more complex that a website with multiple pages because you only have a single page to get your message across or display your work/product. It is best to break the site up into sections, if you need to, and display them as the user scrolls the site – rather than fitting everything into the ‘fold’. This makes it easier to read, and also builds anticipation as the user scrolls.
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