A new blog post from Google suggests you should consider using the search engine as part of your web development workflow, even if it means you’ll have to rewrite your entire website.
“The best way to do it is to take the first step, using the web server as a frontend,” the post reads.
“In other words, don’t build a new frontend.”
Here’s how you can take the frontend and build a front-end-based website using HTML and CSS3.
Start with a single-page web design, or an interactive website that can be shared to multiple sites.
The basic idea is to put your content in the first page of your website, which can be a blank canvas.
Then, instead of using a standard navigation system to navigate, you create a custom navigation system for each page.
Then you create your front-ends.
You’ll want to choose a theme that’s clean and simple, and that uses simple CSS.
And, finally, choose a font and font size that fits your site’s visual design.
Once you’ve got your site ready for you, you can use a CMS to create an HTML5 site with a static page that can display any text that’s relevant to your site.
But, if you’re building a mobile-friendly site, you might want to opt for a CMS that has more customization options.
“If you’re creating a mobile site, make sure you choose one that supports mobile layouts,” the blog post explains.
“This is especially important for sites that require more customization than you’d normally need.
For example, you may want to add a navigation bar for users who can’t use the traditional navigation system.”
To start, you’ll want a simple HTML page that has just a few text tags that you’ll need to write for your front end.
Then for each of these text tags, you want to write the CSS you’ll use in your frontend.
The last step is to create a basic navigation bar.
Then the front-ended HTML page should look something like this: