Is Facebook promote any good?

written by Web designers London on March 4, 2013 in Tutorials and Web design with 2 comments

Create a responsive navigation

In this post you will learn how to create a responsive navigation. Now with more and more people viewing websites on all different media devices, it is important you cater for the millions of smart phone users.

In this tutorial we will looking at a standard web page layout that when viewed on a smaller screen size the main navigation disappears and is replaced with a menu drop down icon, that when clicked displays the navigation. Take a look at what we will be creating here.

So lets get started, firstly we will start with the HTML mark up before the HEAD tag we need to insert the jQuery code. We are linking to the latest jQuery code.

<script type=”text/javascript” src=”https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js”></script>

<script>
$(function(){
var nb = $(


2 Responses to “Is Facebook promote any good?

  1. It seems to me that facebook is just full of people ‘liking’ each other (and now even paying for the privilege of doing so !) – Does anybody actually get any business this way ? Is the time you have to spend on facebook really worth it ? My Web Design company doesn’t evene have a facebook page – Am I really missing out ??

  2. Hi James,

    I agree with you that there is a lot of sharing likes with each other, On the other hand I have got 2 jobs so far through Facebook so I would have to say it is worth it. I guess it is luck who likes you and who is on there friends list, I don’t think paying to promote post is worth doing again (got the 2 jobs be I done it) as nothing come of it.

    So build your Facebook likes at the cost of time and not money :)


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