Ten or fifteen years ago, the best web programmers were the ones who could balance visual effect and code economy .
In other words, there was no reason for a line of code unless its result was a benefit to the site. Limited bandwidth created a value for fast-loading pages. For users with a limited bandwidth of, for example, 56 Kbps, every second was valuable and any extraneous coding simply wasted time.
Similarly , the philosophy behind link-worthy pages is that there’s no reason to create a page if that page has no chance of ever being linked to for one reason or another, from some site or another. Continue reading “Make Every Page Link-Worthy”