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Another client had a long list of FAQs they wanted posted. (And we're talking long.) If they were to put the full text version of the FAQs on the page, it would have been one of the longest pages we’ve ever seen on the web!
Where this comes up often is navigation menus. A website's navigation must be SEO-friendly. So we opt not to take any risks.
- Interactive Text/Layout: Changing elements on the webpage as visitors work down them. Expand-on-click links, adjustable windows, etc.
- Form Validation
- React to Visitor Actions: Loading a new webpage for example, or clicking on an HTML element in a page.
- Analytics: Track visitors to the website for use in SEO improvements
- When you want to give your website users a visually engaging user interface and a dynamic look and feel.
- When you want visitors to interact with your website (and come back).
- When you want to validate information from visitors collected on a web form.
- When you need boxes to pop up for problem alerts and/or confirmations of visitor actions.
- When you want a website that DOES more to help your business.
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