A number of real estate websites are using the same design philosophy to create a massive audience of new clients and loyal fans, but none are quite as effective as the Cobb real estate website.
The Cobb site is so successful because it uses the same content strategy as many other sites on the market, but it is much easier to use.
This post will show you how to build a Cobb real-estate site using HTML5, CSS3 and the modern Web design tools.
If you’re looking for more information on building your own Cobb real property website, check out our article on how to create your own real estate property management website.
To build a really cool website, it is best to use jQuery for navigation and HTML5 if possible.
For more information about using jQuery, read our article How To Use jQuery In HTML5 For More Design Tips.
For the Cobb homepage, I recommend you use the popular and easy-to-use Bootstrap 3.2.0.
The main menu has many options for creating custom widgets, which will help to create an appealing home page.
You can also set up a homepage by creating a custom content type and choosing the navigation styles.
I also recommend you to use the custom navigation options and themes in the main menu.
For a complete guide on creating a Cobb home page, see my article How to Build a Cobb Home Page With Bootstrap and jQuery.
This element, called the navbar, has a single click that initiates a new page in the browser.
When you click the nav bar, the navigation options appear on the left side of the page.
This navigation menu is the main area of the Cobb home site.
The home of Cobb’s largest property.