Before we get started, let’s go over some basics here to make sure everyone is on the same page. I know, most of you already know the basics but there will surly be people reading this who don’t. First, let’s cover exactly what a “backlink” is A backlink is a link on one website that … Continue reading What are “Angela and Paul” Backlinks? Are they right for you?
Ever wonder how you can create web pages that will rank high in search engine requests? Search engine optimization (SEO) can help you determine what information and elements you need within each of your pages to drive the most traffic. Finding this information isn’t as simple as one would think. There are many different strategies … Continue reading The Best Search engine optimization (SEO) Tools
There is a battle going on among those who control how content is displayed from the Internet on web pages, cell phones, iPads and netbooks. On one side is Adobe with their Flash technology; the other is HTML5, wildly supported by Apple. So why does this affect you and why should you even care? To … Continue reading HTML5 vs. Flash
Earlier today, Apple held its iPhone 4.0 event, where it showcased some of the new features the latest release of the mobile OS will offer. Just after that ended, Apple released a new beta SDK to developers, complete with a new developer license agreement. And nestled in that agreement is a passage that may have … Continue reading The Apple vs Adobe “thing” Just Got a Bit More Serious
The recent announcement of the iPad and launch earlier this week has started what is essentially the next feeding frenzy for Apple fanboys (and fangirls) along with what Apple hopes to be a sizeable market share from people who don’t like Amazon’s Kindle. It’s a cool device, I’d play with someone elses for 10 minutes … Continue reading Why I will never buy an iPad
So out of the blue it seems, WP 3 has been released. Either I have somehow missed the news about a new WordPress coming out or they didn’t make much fuss about it. Regardless, it’s here and I’m excited. Download the WordPress 3.0 Beta 1 now! Below is actual post: Remember when I posted earlier … Continue reading WordPress 3.0, Beta 1! Step up and get your copies while they’re hot!
Designing a successful website has always been a long process, from concept to design and layout to coding, implementation and then testing and deployment. Sites that required more then a handful of pages and needed to be updated on a regular basis could provide to be steady work for a web designer, but it could … Continue reading CMS (content management systems) In Web Design
Now more then ever websites are graphically driven, from photo blogs to graphics used to help tell stories, websites have more pages, and more pages with images on them. Properly optimizing images for the web generally means reducing the file size down as small as possible without negatively impacting the quality of the image. Doing … Continue reading Optimizing Images For The Web
Websites, no matter how much text they contain, are visually driven. Graphic designers surround text with colorful illustrations, photos, every part of a website is visually driven and at the root of these designs is a color palette that’s been choose specifically to compliment the niche of the site and the ease of reading and … Continue reading Staying on top of color trends
Analytics Software Packages VisiStat – Real-time tracking with graphical and intuitive reporting features. Google Analytics – Mentioned in our first list, Google offers free analytics software. Includes tight integration with AdWords (see also: 27 Features that Make Google Analytics Best of Breed). Unlike some enterprise apps, the stats are usually on a delay of a … Continue reading The best stats tools to use for your site