Web Design Blunders That Can Cost You Lost Profits
It's hard enough to bring people to your little corner of cyberspace,and once they're
there, you have just a few brief seconds to catch their attention. Keep as many
interested prospects on your site by avoiding these blunders. More ...
Create a Simple, Effective PHP Form for Your Web Site
If you have been struggling to set up forms on your web site using cgi, then
definitely read this article. Installing a simple PHP form is much easier and
faster than installing a cgi form and doesn't need any programming experience. More ...
How to Strengthen Website Authentication
To achieve strong authentication on the Web, IT professionals must find a balance among three
separate forces whose goals are often at odds: the cost and security needs of the company, the
impact on user behavior, and the motivations of the would-be attacker. More ...
Web Design Troubleshooting Guide
Getting your web site to look right can sometimes be a hair-pulling experience. Even for
professional web designers! I can only imagine how frustrated many newbies can get.
Let me share with you some of the common problems in designing a well-functioning web site. More ...
Create a Favicon for Your Web Site
A favicon is a small icon that appears to the left of the address in the address
bar of your Web browser and to the left of favorites. Having a favicon makes your
Web site more professional and is an element of branding. Fortunately, the process
of creating a favicon is very easy. More ...
Creating a Secure Website Using Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
When setting up a website that will require payment through credit card it is important to have
a minimum level of security. One protocol that has effectively become the de facto standard for
website security is Secure Socket Layer (or SSL). More ...
Web Designer's Reference
Web Designer's Reference provides an integrated approach to web design. Each
of the chapters covers a specific aspect of creating a web page, such as working
with typography, adding images, creating navigation, and crafting CSS layouts.
In each case, relevant XHTML elements are explored along with associated CSS,
and visual design ideas are discussed. More ...
Why a CSS Website Layout Will Make You Money
Although CSS layouts have been around for years, they haven't become so commonplace
until recently. why should you convert your website from its current table-based
layout to a CSS layout? It'll make you money. Simple really. More ...
How to Hide From Robots
A "robot" is a program that search engines use to follow links, read web pages,
and create indexes of the information they find on the web pages. There are
several reasons why you might want to prevent robots from indexing your web page. More ...
Playing QuickTime Movies on Your Webpage
QuickTime is a common video format on the Internet. The QuickTime video format was
developed by the Apple Computer company. QuickTime videos have the file extension
".mov". Code to play a QuickTime movie can easily be added to a webpage. More ...
How to Redirect a Web Page Using a 301 Redirect
You've just redesigned some pages of your web site. The pages have high search
engine rankings that you don't want to lose. How can you safely redirect web site
traffic from your old pages to the new pages without losing your rankings? You can
do this by using a "301 redirect" More ...
Video - HTTP caching
In this video, Stephen Lamm, who works at Google in Web Performance teaches you
about browser caching and what you can do to configure your web pages so that
they're cached properly in browsers. More ...