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The image your website design projects on the internet is one of the most important aspects you need to keep in mind at all times when choosing a website design firm or designing the website yourself...
What better way to start the new year than with more traffic to your web site. Web traffic is a critical part of your internet business and it is imperative that you design it to bring you the most amount of traffic possible...
By following feng shui guidelines and techniques, you can build and design a business website that is not only visually attractive but also attractive to wealth and prosperity...
Everyone wants his company logo to be the best but how good is good? How do we define a good logo? Is it necessary to be colorful or an exquisite piece of art? Can a simple design work as a good logo? We are often in a dilemma.
This specifically applies to drawings more than photography, but tone and texture are very important. Tone refers to shading of light and dark on an object and texture is the visual and tactile surface characteristics of an object.
There are many tools of the trade in the world of Web site development, but very few have as many good uses as your .htaccess file. What, you don't have one? I'll admit, information on these little darlings are confusing to some and hard to find...
Welcome to Old America, famous for its great events, innumerable opportunities and of course the old but surprisingly stylish and strong Lee jeans. We say jeans but think Lee; say Lee, and subconsciously think jeans. And of course our thoughts about the jeans are inextricably linked to the era which...
In the past I have defined many Web hosting jargon words that have sent many people to scratching their heads and calling upon the mighty powers of Google to look for an answer. Today I have one more for you. How many times have you hear of somebody saying they needed to FTP something?...
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I assume that it may be too early to talk about how the Web will look like when we switch to Semantic Web; but on the other hand, we should consider the fact that the web design industry (though it’s hard to give this industry a clear and strict definition) is one o...
Some people like to use frames on their sites. I would recommend you avoid them if you can... and you probably can. Frames can be useful on occasion but "the pain is greater than the gain". Too many people complain of problems with frames than you can afford to ignore...