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    Post Best Practice in making pages

    which is more practical and good to use in building your website.

    creating a one page where only the body changes using jquery?
    • settings
    • profile

    if you click settings only the body of the page changes and display the settings info. note:the codes of settings and profile are in the same page they are called using jquery.
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    Creating each page for settings and for profile.

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    Either option is acceptable. Just make sure you can directly link to the settings without requiring the user to click on something. Typical uses of AJAX will change the contents of the body but the URL would remain the same.
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    What is practical is to avoid the use of bloated frameworks and use pure JavaScript instead, clean HTML, CSS and avoid template engines as they add overhead to the page delivery.
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    Following may also help you.

    Look into responsive web design:

    Introduction to Responsive Web Design: http://www.linkedin.com/news?actionB...3Z-fJK7fpockY1
    It's Not Responsive Web Building, It's Responsive Web Design: http://www.getfinch.com/finch/entry/...ve-web-design/
    Beginner's Guide to Responsive Web Design: http://thinkvitamin.com/design/begin...ve-web-design/

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    You're very welcome.

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