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Weave Your Own Web
 by: A. Raymond Randall

Many elementary school children know the miracle of Charlotte's Web. Weaving the words "Some Pig" into the center of her web, Charlotte keeps Wilbur from the frying pan. E.B. White's story provides some fascinating guidelines for web spinning. ... continue

Web Accessibility. . . Making your Pages Friendly to People with Disabilities
 by: Robin Nobles

Did you know that nearly 20 percent of all Web users have some form of disability?

“Making your site accessible for all is a matter of courtesy, is good business practice, and is not difficult,” explains Robert Roberts, a professional SEO who owns the SEO Toolbox (www.seotoolbox.com). ... continue

Web Accessibility Myths
 by: Trenton Moss

With more and more countries around the world passing laws about blind and disabled access to the Internet (including the Disability Discrimination Act in the UK), web accessibility has been thrown into the spotlight of the online community. This article attempt to put a stop to the misinformation that has been thrown around and tell you the truth behind web accessibility. ... continue

Web Accessibility: The Basics
 by: Trenton Moss

What is web accessibility & why is it important?

Web accessibility is about making your website accessible to all Internet users (both disabled and non-disabled), regardless of what browsing technology they're using. In addition to complying with the law, an accessible website can reap huge benefits on to your website and your business. ... continue

Web Hosting in 2005
by Mitch Keeler

There is no doubt that this year was a good year for the wild and wacky world of Web hosting. Due the popularity of blogs and many other factors, it would seem that everybody and their grandmother has a Web hosting account these days. From paid to free, you just are not cool till you have some hosting space! With this year behind us now, what does the Web hosting world have to look forward to in 2005? More of the same? Will business be picking up more or less? ... continue

Web Hosting: Shared or Dedicated - Which Should You Choose?
 by: Russ Mate

Before you begin your search for a web host you should first determine whether you need shared web hosting or dedicated web hosting. ... continue

Web Hosting: To Switch or to Stay?
 by: Joelene Wickens Orlando

That’s a question that can only be answered by you. Depending on your current status and relationship you have with your provider, along with your evolving business objectives and needs, can determine what course of action to pursue. What are your issues and concerns? Ask yourself some basic questions and see where you stand after you’ve answered them. -Are you no longer satisfied with your current provider? -Did they deliver on the level of services that you signed up for? -Has technical support and customer service been to your satisfaction? -Or has your business grown considerably, and the hosting company cannot provide you with the level of capability and technical support you require? ... continue

Web page building for beginners 1
 by: Ted Dupuie

Making a web page is a simple job that can be done in minutes by anyone with no previous experience, so I will refrain from going in that direction as much as possible. The first thing an inexperienced webmaster should learn is search engine optimization, before ever making a page. The reason for this is simply because if they learn it after the page is made, it will cause them too much extra work that could have been avoided. ... continue

Web page building for beginners 2
 by: Ted Dupuie

A search engine robot actually reads the wording on your web pages and places a certain amount of importance on what the content says, but not quite like a human does. A human will place the words together in their head and try to decipher the relevancy to them personally and decide within a few seconds whether they will continue reading or click to another site, whereas a robot counts words and places all relevancy in the numbers it finds. It also gives extra credit to the size of the type and title of each page. What a webmaster should consider, is every word connecting to a keyword and not wasting words, for the public and the robots. ... continue

Web page building for beginners 3
 by: Ted Dupuie

An inexperienced website builder must understand that free web hosting is a great way to get more than one site up and running quickly, and that www.articlecity.com is the fastest and easiest way to fill those sites with relevant material. For instance, my site at www.saquoyah.com has one hundred and sixty pages that were written by various authors and posted at ArticleCity by the writers. This arrangement fulfills five purposes to the satisfaction of everyone involved. First the writers of the articles get to help the readers and themselves by having links back to their websites. Second, ArticleCity gets many links to their index page and that in turn keeps their site in a top placement with search engines. Third, the little website owner saves an enormous amount of writing, yet gets his or her website full of pages that link back to their index page, so the search engines will place their site a little higher in placement. Fourth, the person doing a search gets to find a lot of points of view by various writers on the one subject they are poring over. Fifth, the search engines have more pages in their database for the searchers to look through. ... continue

Web page building for beginners 4
 by: Ted Dupuie

Page ranking by search engines such as Google are not only overrated but unusually explained by “experts” in the SEO field. SEO stands for search engine optimization and is needed to get your website placed at the top of a web search. I have no truck with someone wanting to get their pages placed in the number one or two spot from a search, but page ranking has nothing to do with that whatsoever and I can assure the reader that I can prove this to anyone with a computer. In fact, if you will just do a search for “writing critic” you will find www.homewriters.com near the top and since I own that site, I can explain to everyone how it got there and why. But at one time, I had four out of the top five spots on Google for this very same search. And by the way, my pages had no rank at all when they were first placed in the top positions by Google and Yahoo! ... continue

Website Design Basic Concepts
 by: Kim Eyer

So, what's in a website design anyway? And, how do you get a design that is appealing to the broad and varied tastes of all those Internet surfers out there? ... continue

Website Development: Become Your Own Expert
 by: Theresa V. Wilson

Starting and maintaining a business is challenging enough without the additional financial burden of hiring a web site expert to put your vision on paper. If you are starting your business on a “shoe string budget,” hiring someone to take your written materials to type in a basic format, add a few pictures and edit what you tell them periodically may not be sound money management. ... continue

Website Maintenance: What does it take to manage your website?
 by: Donald Nelson

Every action has a beginning phase where you launch your activity, a middle period in which you must sustain and develop it and a conclusion. Many people set up a website enthusiastically but then they find that they don’t have the skills or knowledge to maintain and develop it. So, what are the challenges in this middle phase of a website’s life and how can you meet them? ... continue

Web Site Optimization: How To Speed Up Your Web Site By Minimizing Your GIF and PNG Image "Bit-Depth"
 by: Andy King

Web Site Optimization: How To Speed Up Your Web Site By Minimizing Your GIF and PNG Image "Bit-Depth"

Are bloated images slowing down your web site and causing you lost business? Images comprise over 50% of the average web page so putting them on a diet is essential to improving web performance. One of the best ways to optimize GIFs and PNGs is to minimize the “bit-depth” or the number of colors within your images. ... continue

Website Polls For You And Your Visitors
 by: Dan Grossman

Setting up a survey on your site is extremely simple and many times just as beneficial, for two main reasons. One, they let you create a more interactive website for your visitor. Choose interesting topics, poll opinions on recent events related to your site, and people will participate to find out what other people on your site think. Second, if you write your surveys in a way that keeps them interesting and useful to yourself you can gather important information about your visitors in order to build a site better tailored to their interests. ... continue

Web Site Professionalism? What Is It?
 by: Radhika Venkata

Your web site should be-

  • visitor friendly to navigate

  • search engine friendly for the crawlers

  • Automated with ecommerce and subscription forms...

Your visitor should get the feeling that you know your 'stuff'. ... continue

Web Site Templates
 by: Anthony Lee

How to make web website x 10 times cheaper and x 10 times faster. ... continue

Website Theft - Part 1 of 3 ~ What exactly is Copyright?
 by: Janice Byer, CCVA, MVA

... The hot topic on many business related email discussion lists for the past little while has been website theft, both content & graphics. Either there seems to be a rash of this dishonest and unethical behaviour or website owners are just finding out that their treasured works have caught the eye of others who feel it is okay to use it as their own. ... continue

Website Theft - Part 2 of 3 ~ How do I know if my website material has been stolen and what do I do if it has?
 by: Janice Byer, CCVA, MVA

... In the first instalment in our series on Website Theft, we looked at the definition of Copyright and what Copyright Law covers. In this instalment, we will look at how to find out if someone else is using your material and how it can be damaging. ... continue

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