JohnsonBoxes = Text Boxes = Content Boxes = HTML Boxes
What’s in a name?
JohnsonBoxes, Text Boxes, Content Boxes and HTML Boxes are, in fact, exactly the same thing, and are used to get visitors to notice, focus on and read the most important message on a page.
There is no doubt that a Johnson Box will get the attention of website visitors, and that’s why Johnson Boxes are used on countless sites.
We have all seen how JohnsonBoxes are used on websites; perhaps as a “Buy Now”, “Download Now”, or “Get More Info Here” part of a page.
The thing is – JohnsonBoxes work; they will attract the attention of viewers much more that regular text blocks can do.
The JohnsonBox on the right is a good example, content with a different font-family, an image, a border and a different color background. It’s easy to notice, and difficult to ignore, and that’s the idea! As you can see – it’s working!
When you have prepared the text and an image it will take less than one minute to create a Johnson Box like this. And it’s dead easy, too. No coding is involved.
JohnsonBoxes and WordPress
It has been estimated that more than 20% of all new websites are built with WordPress, and when you visit blogs they are almost always WordPress sites.
Since WordPress is the preferred web building tool both for bloggers and affiliates a lot of users wanted to enhance their WordPress sites with extra functions, and that’s why plugins have become so popular.
When you use a WordPress plugin you can add special functions to the standard WordPress software, and most plugins are easy to use.
The JohnsonBoxesBASIC and the JohnsonBoxesPRO are two such plugins; and you can use these two plugins to create and insert Johnson Boxes on any WordPress page, in a post, and (yes!) even in widgets and footers of WordPress sites.
When you start using a JohnsonBoxes plugin you will soon see that the plugin is very easy to use, and that you can get some really amazing results to display on your WordPress site.
And the best part is that you don’t have to worry about any HTML or CSS coding, all the coding is done automatically and in the background so you can concentrate on the design.
JohnsonBoxes + WordPress = Fast Loading Web Pages
Another important advantage when using JohnsonBoxes on webpages and in posts is the fact that the Johnson Box consists of pure HTML code (minus the image if you want to display one), so your page will load very fast.
If you had made an image like a Johnson Box with Photoshop or a similar image manipulation program the file would have been much larger, with a longer page loading time.