5 Things You Need to Do to Make Your Website Suck

Date Date: 16 March 2023

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5 Things You Need to Do to Make Your Website Suck

If you are in any sector and you don’t want to be successful in this sector, there is one thing you need to do first: NEVER OWN A WEBSITE! Let’s say you made the mistake of failing and you have a website, let’s see what can be done worse:

1. Your Website Is Not Mobile Friendly

If you have a mobile-friendly website, you will receive frequent visits. However, you will be easily accessible thanks to the search engine widget on almost everyone’s home screen. This will cause you to miss failure. What is the need for a mobile-friendly website?

Visibility of images, compatibility of text sizes, clickability of buttons; things that are unpleasant and will offer you success. It’s best to leave the images as they are and focus on the fun without adjusting the text! Well, this is one of the key points of a failed website.

2. Use Outdated Fonts and Forgotten Icons

Comic Sans is the best, go that way. Not only will you create a nostalgic atmosphere, but you will also ensure that the visitor leaves the site before they get to the third line. Definitely use the jazzy, bouncy, jumping gifs that emerged in the early 2000s. Use them so that the sound of “The table is full in 5 minutes” can be heard. Put on Sean Paul – Get Busy from Winamp and you’re done. Now it’s time to gel the hair!

3. Keep Images and Texts Crammed

They say where there is movement, there is abundance. There is also a saying that wherever there is abundance, there is abundance. Use plenty of visuals, do not separate them at all, do not separate them. Don’t get into padding and margin. Because an asymmetrical look will never be interesting. If possible, don’t leave paragraph spacing either, leave it to the reader’s imagination. If you think this is too boring, leave more white space on another page. The imagination of the reader, who separates the paragraphs himself, will be more active here, and who knows what dreams he will dream up in those empty spaces?

4. Create a Colorful or Pitch Dark World

Choose vibrant colors so that the eyes are dazzled and you can’t tell what’s on the page. How about a highlighter yellow for the introduction? And imagine this, a vibrant pink text on a black background! Brown text on a black background would be just as disgusting! Or try to use whatever colors are on the color chart. Let the person who walks in be confused where to look, and when they can’t stand the confusion any longer, go to an ophthalmologist.

5. Do Not Update Dates

Forget the section “We have been serving for 15 years…” every new year, and you probably will. When you are in your 20th year, let your experience look incomplete, and youth is good. Such historical changes show that your site is up-to-date and dynamic. Whereas for failure, your site needs to be old and stodgy.


If you do at least one of these, you will be heading towards failure. If you do more than one, you are running towards failure. The best failure comes from inexperience, carelessness, carelessness and being outdated. Sorry, we can’t help you with that.

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