Single Page Website is not going away soon. This trend has gained huge popularity in the last few years. You will see One-Page website for mobile Apps, but due to its ease of ease and straightforward format, it is now being used for other purposes as well. Let's see if you should go for it or not.
The traditional websites have a header section containing all the Web-Pages on your Website. This way your site visitors can easily jump back and forth between all the pages on your Website. But in case if you have a Single-Page Website you don't need a Header Section containing all the Web-Pages, mainly because you don't have any other page you can add to the Header. But that doesn't mean you don't need navigation. The navigation need arises because Single-Page Websites are lengthy which requires multiple scrolls to cover. As a business, you need to reduce scroll time for better outcomes and customer satisfaction. You can add an internal navigation system using Elemntor's Menu Anchor widget or the One Page Navigation element of Essential Addons.
Coherence and Conciseness
One Page websites give you minimum space for adding content. Now it's a bad idea if you fill up the majority of the Website space with text. It won't look good at all, rather it will look too crowded. One-Page Website forces you to prepare content that is both concise and precise. With the right wording, you can make up for the limited space. Also, you should come up with different strategies to make the best out of the limited content space. For example, build a sequence of content that complement each other.
People use their Smartphones to surf the internet more than they do use other devices. That is why you should always make your website mobile responsive. And having a Single-Page website means you can add responsiveness with little effort.
If you have a traditional WordPress website you will have multiple pages, but in case you have a Single-Page website you only have one. Which puts you in a position where you have to make all the sections of your one page consistent in terms of both color and typography. But don't be too afraid to use radical shifts in colors and typography. Using different colors can be used to inform the end of a section and the beginning of the other.
So now you know about the advantages of having a Single-Page Website. It's time to learn about one of the disadvantages. The biggest disadvantage of having a Single-Page website is that you cannot link back to other pages, as you only have one. Linking back to other Web-Pages refers to connecting all the pages on your website so that you site-visitors can easily jump back and forth between all the existing pages. Apart from helping in navigation, linking back also helps to gain more domain authority thus appearing in the search results more often. Which is not possible when you are using a Single Page website.
Now you know about both advantages and disadvantages of having a Single-Page Website, we leave it up to you to decide whether or not you are going to use the Single-Page Website or not, and if you do, why?