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 4 Uninteresting but Important Features Your Website Must Have




Site Map


A site map is a list of all the pages on your website that is organized in a hierarchical manner. A site map not only makes it easier for site visitors to find specific pages, but it can also aid in ensuring that Google and other search engines are able to crawl and index all of your site's content. The use of a site map is especially beneficial for websites that are unusually large, have recently been launched, have internal pages that are not linked to one another, or contain rich media content, according to Google.


A site map is automatically generated for websites that are built using our proprietary Web Solutions CMS (content management system), which we developed. We manually create a site map for each of the WordPress websites that we build.


Privacy Policy


It is required by law that you have a privacy policy in place if you collect any personally identifiable information from your site visitors. A privacy policy specifies the types of personal information that you collect, such as first and last name, credit card number, email address, mailing address, and Social Security number, and how you use that information. 


Terms of Use


While a terms of use or terms and conditions page is not required by law, it is a good idea to have one on your website. A terms and conditions page outlines the rules and regulations that visitors must adhere to while visiting your website. Include disclaimers that limit your legal liability for errors, inaccuracies, links to other websites, and statements made by third parties that are posted on your website. The location where your website is located, usually the name and address of the company, should be included so that users are aware of the legal jurisdiction under which the website is operating.


Copyright


In the event that someone steals your online content, a copyright can help you win more money in damages and strengthen your legal position.


Content that is unique to your website is automatically protected by copyright legislation. Including a copyright disclaimer on your website is not required, but it is a good practice. If someone steals your online content, a copyright can support your legal rights and help you win greater damages. It can also deter others from stealing your content in the first place.


It is usually sufficient to include a single copyright notice in the footer of the home page, which covers the entire content of the site in most cases. In order to provide even more protection, you can link the copyright notice to a dedicated copyright page on your site, or you can include a copyright section in your terms of service page that states that you own the content, design, and graphics on your site, and that nothing on your site may be reproduced without your express permission.

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