Websites Featuring Shakeology Recipes Also Need Tight Coding

I remember the first time I put up a webpage that lists shakeology recipes. I really did not think much about that website because when I coded that website, it was a very basic JavaScript cascading style sheet and HTML. In other words, it’s just a run-of-the-mill website with fairly basic functionality.

When I looked at my statistics, more and more people looked up the different shakeology recipes and linked to it from all sorts of blogs, websites, and resources on the internet. I realized that I have come up with a very popular resource.

I didn’t want to drop the ball. I didn’t want to waste this opportunity, so I added more stuff on the page. When all was said and done, the page was basically several hundred pages long.

I did not set it up so that you have to click on link after link to go from page to page. That gets old very easily. In fact, a lot of people get mad when they’re forced to do that. That takes effort and lets’ face it, most people view web content using mobile devices.

This is why they really don’t have the patience to click or interact much with the content. They’d rather see everything in one go. They’d rather interact with all of the content in one place and in one spot. So, that’s what I did.

I put everything in one place, but here’s my mistake. It turns out, in hindsight, that it is a fatal mistake. I put in all the functionalities. This is a problem.  There is no other way to describe it. The word problem is the best way to describe or laber this situation. It requires a solution. In fact, it demands it. That’s how you tell whether something is a problem or just a mere challenge.

It is one thing to pack a page with text, content, and graphics and it’s another to pack functionality. These are two totally different things. In fact, I’ve seen a lot of pages that are hundreds of pages worth on one page with no problems. No lag issues, no page load problems, no videos showing up halfway, none of that.

It works fine. But, when I tried adding functionality, it basically froze my browser. This is where I realized that I need to tighten up my coding.

Do yourself a big favor. Whether your webpages or websites feature shakeology recipes or not, you need to have tight coding. This ensures that not only will you be able to fix your webpage easily, but people would want to have a good time with it.

This increases the engagement rate. This also increases the amount of money you can make off those webpages.