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A Template Web Design May Mean Different Things to Different People

on June 3, 2014

As the name suggests, a template web design is created using a pre-defined template. The designer may choose to customise the template or might just use several similar-looking pages to present the information. A template is not only beneficial for the designer, but for you and your visitors as well. Let’s find out how:

The Designer

A template can help the designer in making presentational changes without much difficulty. It may also allow him/her to create a modular web page with components. If the template is good, the designer can also modify the following components:

  • Header
  • Footer
  • Local navigation bar
  • Content


A template web design can help you to save money as well as time. A lot of free templates are available these days. You can ask the designer to use one of these templates. Furthermore, you can easily manage the site on your own. There is no need to pay a monthly fee for this purpose. The best part is that if the template has built-in SEO features, you can optimise the site with ease.

The End User

When the visitors come to your website, they get to see what they want. As already mentioned, a template can be easily customised. Tell the designer about the preferences of your visitors, and he/she can make the changes accordingly. In general, the visitors prefer a consistent look, which is easy to achieve when a template is used.

So find a designer ASAP and ask for a template website design, if you want to save time and money and are a looking for a site that becomes an instant hit with the visitors.


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