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Bad Web Design: ActiveX
 by: Richard Lowe, Jr.

ActiveX uses an interesting method for enforcing security ... it doesn't. Well, that's not exactly true. What happens is when a web page requests an ActiveX control the browser determines if that control is already loaded onto your system. If it is the ActiveX control is executed. If not, the user is asked if it is okay to install the control. Additional information about where the control came from and it's security implications is also included. ... continue

Basic Graphic Design
 by: Kelly Paal

Whether you design your business brochures, flyers, web page, or ads there are some things that you need to know. There are some basic graphic design principles that those of us trained in the commercial art/graphic design field donít always share. Hereís a short list of elements of graphic design that you can use today. ... continue

Beautiful Web Sites Seldom Make More Sales
 by: Vishal P. Rao

Designing an E-commerce Web site is not as simple as having a "pretty" site that is a pleasure to visit. While it is important to have an attractive site, as much thought must be given to functionality as to appearance. ... continue

Be Creative before you Purchase or Create a Website
 by: Charles Nixon III

Before you jump into spending countless hours on designing and publishing your website, or spending hundreds on having it done by anyone else you should plan out your full design (or structure). This is very important so that when it comes time to do this long-lasting project you will be well prepared. ... continue

Beginner Guide to Web Hosting
 by: Andrew Loh

What is web hosting? Whenever you visit a website, what you see on your web browser is essentially just a web page that is downloaded from the web server onto your web browser. In general, a web site is made up of many web pages. And a web page is basically composed of texts and graphic images. All these web pages need to be stored on the web servers so that online users can visit your website. ... continue

Benefits Of Making Your Website Accessible To Disabled Users Ė Part 2: The Business Case
 by: Trenton Moss

The Disability Discrimination Act states that service providers must not discriminate against disabled people. A website is regarded as a service and therefore comes under this law.

Some organisations are changing to their websites, but many are seemingly not making the adjustments. Disabled people donít access their website, they say, so why should they care? ... continue

Beyond Web usability: Web credibility
 by: Trenton Moss

Web usability: It's old news

If you've been developing websites on Mars for the past few years then you'll be forgiven for not knowing about web usability. You'll still be creating splash intro pages, having pages with massive download times and using more images than you can shake a stick at. Well, back in Earth these days have long gone and today web usability rules the web development world. For those of you who have been on Mars please read some of the things that Jakob Nielson has to say at www.useit.com/alertbox and try to catch up. ... continue

Blogs and search engines for more traffic
by Paul Easton

One of the newer ideas going around is the use of blogs as a way of helping search engine ranking. I will cover why and a little about the thoughts behind it.

A blog (or weblog) is basically a journal that is available on the web. The activity of updating a blog is "blogging" and someone who keeps a blog is a "blogger." Blogs are typically updated daily using software that allows people with little or no technical background to change the content. ... continue

Bound To Your Old Expensive Web Host by Fear?
 by: Danielle Bailey

Bound To Your Old Web Hostís Sky High Rates By Fear?

You're not alone! Many people are bound to the old web host they've used for years because they're afraid of the hassle of switching. Customers will pay rates three or four or even ten times greater than what they have to, just because they're terrified that switching will be too complicated or that they'll end up losing their site altogether. ... continue

Building Web Sites Using Web Templates
 by: M. Mukesh

Gone are the days when you had to rely on a web-designer to design your websites. New technologies with innovative ideas have brought out a new variant to this trend in the form of ready to use website templates. ... continue

Bulk Email, Spam, and Email Marketing
 by: Steve Lillo

Excerpted from PlanetLink's Enews - an email newsletter delivered for FREE to your computer. To subscribe, go to www.planetlink.com

This issue focuses on the effective use of email lists and bulk email for website and business promotion. Bulk email essentially consists of sending the same message to some number of recipients at the same time. Spam is characterized as sending bulk mail to recipients whom you have had no prior contact or permission. ... continue

Buyer Beware: Web Hosting, Registration, and Site Building "All in One" Package Nightmares
 by: Vishal P. Rao

Starting out in any type of online marketing or Internet business can be confusing and overwhelming. There are so many different aspects of a start-up: domain name registration and purchase, Web site host purchasing, and of course, the "building" of the Web site itself. This leaves many consumers looking for an easier way to purchase everything in one place, both to save money and to save time. ... continue

Can They Use Your Website In A TV Broadcast About Scams?
 by: Elena Petrova

When you designed your website, you probably dreamt about how wonderful it would be if one day a popular TV program featured it, and you would become famous overnight, and make lots of $$$. ... continue

Can Your Visitors Contact You From Your Website
 by: Dave Tan

Argh, where's the contact button?! Believe it or not, some websites just DON'T WANT any visitors (even customers) to CONTACT them. There's no email address, no contact form, no NOTHING! ... continue

Cheap Web Hosting - When Cheaper is Better
 by: Bob Frazer

Anyone who has ever shopped for web hosting knows that you can spend anywhere from nothing up to several hundred dollars to host your web site. So whatís the difference? Well often times if youíre talking about typical shared web hosting in the $6 to $20 range Ė nothing. Thatís right Ė nothing! Nothing that is, except good old fashioned marketing and hype! ... continue

Choosing A Color Scheme
 by: Joanne Glasspoole

When you begin the design of your Web site, one of the first things you need to do is decide on a color scheme. Although choosing colors seems like a relatively easy proposition, it's not easy at all. In fact, it's hard. ... continue

Choosing the Best Domain Name
by Mitch Keeler

"What is in a name? A rose by any other word would smell as sweet." It is obvious that William Shakespeare knew nothing about the world of Web hosting, by those lines found in Romeo and Juliet. In the Web hosting world a domain name is very important to your company, image, or presence Online. Often a domain name might make or break you. So, what is in a name? ... continue

Choosing the Right Web Designer
 by: Andy Quick


Creating your web site can be a tricky process. Choosing the best web design company for your site is extremely important. Unless you run a web-based business, you probably do not have web design experience within your company. Building your web site will take time and a little homework! ... continue

Choosing the Right Website Designer
 by: Janice Byer, CCVA, MVA

You've made up your mind. You want to have a website to represent your business. The next decision to be made . . . who should you hire to develop your site? ... continue

Color Psychology in Marketing
 by: Al Martinovic

On the internet we don't deal with face to face selling. The internet is a visual and psychological medium. The words, or sales copy, on your website have by far the greatest psychological impact on your visitors and thus becomes your most important communication and sales tool. ... continue

Color Psychology for webpages
 by: Bud Smith

Colour is an aspect of a website that is often picked haphazardly and without any thought from a beginner web designer. The lesser known quality of the colour of a website is that it can greatly affect the mood of your visitors. It is because of this that a websites colours need to be picked carefully. ... continue

Conceptualize, Build and Publish a Web site
by: Sushanth Bastawade

Conceptualize, Build and Publish a Web site - What's required to get started

All of us knowingly or unknowingly, use a standard decision making process in our day-to-day lives. The very first step of this process is to decide whether TO DO or NOT TO DO. If the choice is TO DO, we think of the various ways and means of attaining our objective/s, compare their pros & cons and take a final stand. ... continue

Content is king
 by: Chris Ross


A pencil. Yes, a pencil. In my opinion, every great idea has started with a pencil. Sure, lots stay in someoneís head, but to me a great idea doesnít have any value until itís written down. Until itís written down itís just dust I the wind: here today and quickly forgotten tomorrow. ... continue

Creating Your Own HTML Email Templates in Outlook
 by: GlobalFusion

If you want HTML Emails in Outlook to look the way YOU want, and your designing them in DreamWeaver - Heres How: ... continue

Creative Offline Website Marketing Techniques
 by: Adam Senour

Although the vast majority of website traffic is the direct result of search engines, there are many offline marketing techniques that can be used to draw customers to your website. The examples listed below are but a few ways in which you can market your online presence to an offline audience in an inexpensive manner. Some of the examples listed below even can be implemented at no extra cost! ... continue

Creating A Quality Web Site Design!
 by: Martin Lemieux

In this article, I will attempt to cover the basics of creating a great quality web design template for your site. Now it's a known fact that the layout or "eye candy" as I put it will determine whether your visitors will stay more than 15 seconds or they will just become another statistic. ... continue

Criteria for Choosing an Ideal Web Hosting Company
by Leo L

Before we talk about what it takes to be a cheap and good quality web host, let's get to the fundamental first.

What is a Web Host?
A web host is a service provider that places your web site on a computer which is connected to the internet. The term for this 'computer' is called a server. ... continue

Culture and Website Localization
 by: Neil Payne

With the rise in ownership of computers and internet usage growing daily, the internet is fast becoming the primary port of call for information, shopping and services. In addition, those computer and internet users are increasingly from non-English speaking countries. At the end of 2002, it was estimated that 32% of internet users were non-native English speakers. This figure is constantly rising. In response, businesses have quickly become aware of the benefits of website localization. ... continue

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