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Make Your Navigation Highly Visible
 by: Jamie Kiley

Effective navigation stands out. It's clear, obvious, and highly visible.

You'll need to have a clear section of the page designated for navigation--one that a visitor will immediately recognize as the navigation area when he arrives at the site. Navigation should not necessarily be the prime focus, but it must be highly visible. ... continue

Making PHP Read as HTML
by Mitch Keeler

In a recent article I wrote, I mentioned a neat way to track when Google visits your Web site. The only problem is I got dozens of E-mails from people who used the ".html" extension on their pages who wanted to know how they could make it work on the Web site they run. I have good news. With a little work, you can make PHP readable on a HTML-based page. ... continue

Making The Business Case For Web Standards
 by: Karl Groves

Through the explosive growth of the Web, companies have realized the benefit of building a strong online presence. By publishing a website to the Internet, companies are able to build their brand, market their products, support existing customers, release publicity pieces, and even take orders. Lost in the feverish pace of growth however, has been an eye on the effect that their current web-building practices have on the bottom line and the future of their online presence. ... continue

Managed Hosting
 by: Nitin Jain

Managed hosting is a dedicated server that is accompanied by a full suite of technical support, maintenance and monitoring services. This differs from dedicated Web hosting, where customers are provided with their own servers but are still responsible for virtually all administrative and maintenance duties. ... continue

Manchester United: Top of the web accessibility league?
 by: Trenton Moss

A while ago Manchester United launched a separate accessible version of their website, manutd.com/access. There's been lots of publicity surrounding this accessible website and it even picked up an award. This accessible version doesn't offer as much content as the main website but it has all the accessibility features you could dream of: resizable text, ALT tags, screen reader optimisation etc. ... continue

Marketing Your Web Site
 by: Lynn Holter

Congratulations! Your Web Site is finished! Now what? Your first instinct is to submit to every search engine possible and leave it up to them to bring traffic to your site. Despite what you may have been told, it doesn’t happen quite that way. ... continue

Metrics Matter!
 by: Philippa Gamse

Recently, I talked with a speaker about her "extremely successful" Website. She based this opinion on the fact that she was selling several e-books every day and generating "some calls". When I asked if she was reviewing her traffic analysis, she said "No, why should we - it's clearly working - we can tell that from the sales". I didn't ask if she knew how her sales and calls compared to the actual visitor numbers for the site - I suspected that she'd have been shocked to learn how many more opportunities she was losing. ... continue

Microsoft and Webmasters
 by: Jeff Wyrick

Does Microsoft care for Webmasters

It’s always been a problem with websites appearing exactly the same on different platforms. As a web developer / webmaster it is extremely difficult to make user experiences rich by having the site look the same in any OS / Browser. The biggest problems they have with there famous Internet Explorer browser is security issues and W3C Standards compliance issues. ... continue

More About Web Hosting Differences - 1 of 3
by Mitch Keeler

A few Gnomies have been writing me ever since I posted my article about differences in the Web hosting world as it relates to the different plan options you have to choose from. Here’s one of those messages: ... continue

More About Web Hosting Differences - 2 of 3
by Mitch Keeler

Yesterday I told you of the exciting world of virtual Web hosting. After all the thankful E-mails and pumpkin pie recipes I received, I do not know if I can top myself. Honestly the world of Web hosting is not that confusing to learn about. ... continue

More About Web Hosting Differences - 3 of 3
by Mitch Keeler

Over the past two days I have done my best to try to go in further detail about the differences in the Web hosting world. We have gone into further discussion about both virtual Web hosting and reseller Web hosting and I hope you have been able to pick up a few nuggets of knowledge along the way. Now is the time to start talking about the big daddy of the Web hosting accounts, your buddy and mine, Mister dedicated Web hosting. ... continue

Most Common Search Engine Optimization Mistakes
 by: GlobalFusion

Understanding exactly what search engines do and what search engine optimization is seems to elude many new website owners when first starting out. The fact is that when you’re not familiar enough with the industry to determine SEO fact from SEO fiction can only mean trouble for your website. Could you be making those same mistakes with your site? ... continue

Online Marketing Law! Whats Happening?
 by: Charles Nixon III

You read that right. There's a new law in California for online marketing. This law is thanks to the California's Online Privacy Protection Act.

Who does this affect the most? This affects anyone online selling anything, operating a newsletter, or collecting data in any way from users online. ... continue

Opinion – Search Engine Success
 by: Tom Henricks

This article is actually the summary to a book soon to be released by the author, titled “Guaranteed Website Success”. Opinions are quite often controversial. Such is the nature of this one. ... continue

Optimal Website Design
 by: Elizabeth McGee

The idea behind good website design is to offer your viewer a logical flow while making it interesting and easy to navigate.

Lead your viewers to the starting point and then direct them through your site without confusing them.

Here are some excellent tips that can help you develop a user friendly site and please your visitors senses. Give yourself a chance before they get away. ... continue

Optimize your Photos for the Web
 by: Kelly Paal

It doesn’t matter if your emailing photos of your grandson or putting images of your latest product on your online store. Too many people don’t consider optimizing their photos for the web. We’ve all been on too many web pages where it seemed that the photos would never load, and sometimes they didn’t. So here are some steps to make sure that your photos show up on your site. ... continue

Optimizing for Visitors not Search Engines
 by: Michael Medeiros

Most people feel that optimizing is to target the search engines alone. In my opinion, this is not the only case. Optimization requires a balance of traffic enhancements and a user friendly atmosphere that provides clear navigation. Most will agree it would be much better to have people accept offerings from a Site, rather than masses of people who do nothing. Here are some general tips and thought to make pages user-friendly. ... continue

Profitable Websites for Exclusive Industries
 by: Patrick A. McIntire

In the region where my company is located, South Bend, Indiana, the demand for web design and associated services could be described as: leery. It’s not that the locale is horribly lacking evolvement technologically; rather that so many proprietors in this area are very uncertain as to what the internet can do and how they can go about forming profitable web sites for their exclusive industries. ... continue

Protecting Your Business From Spam
 by: Edward Robirds

Even being as careful as possible with my email address, I still used to receive more than 100 email messages a day, which is no exaggeration. Only about 10% of those emails were from people that I knew and the rest of the messages were unwanted email…”spam”. ... continue

Questions to Ask when Designing a Website for clients
 by: Brent Parker

Questions to ask when designing a Web Site for your client (s).
“Excerpt from the book: Graphic Artists Guild, Handbook Pricing & Ethical guidelines Written by: Brent Parker ... continue

Reasons Why You Should Have A Weblogger Installed On Your Web Site
 by: Radhika Venkata

I don't know about you, but when I built my first web site three years back I don't know anything about the webloggers. One day when I checking the features of my web host control panel (after two months of uploading my first home page) I saw the link 'Webstats'. That was the first time I get to know that I can know how many people are coming to my site. ... continue

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