General Web Design
Flat Styles - The Future of Web Design?
The 3D look requires heavier webpages making them slower loading on mobile devices, that's why IOS 7 and Metro use flat web design style. Consider using flat style for your designs. More ...
Web Application Development Tools - What is a Web Application Stack?
A web application stack is a set of software and technologies that will work with each other power your web appllication. Most people use the LAMP stack.
LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL,and PHP. More ...
Ten Essential Questions for Creating a Web Design Brief
A website is an essential part of any company marketing tool set. But if you've never had to design a website before, how can you ensure your web project gets going on the right footing? More ...
Ten Reasons Why a Facebook Page is Not a Replacement for a Professional Business Website
Here are ten reasons why putting together a Facebook page as your sole means of having an online presence will not serve your best long-term goals for success. More ...
404 Error Page Options
When a user attempts to follow a broken or dead link the web server will generate a 404 error. Most web hosts are configured by default to return a webpage displaying the standard 404 Error message. A webmaster can use the website's control panel to configure an alternate 404 page. More ...
Go Ahead And Use That Copyrighted Material, It's Fair Use!
Many people would like to use a picture or some textual information they found on the Web,
but they assume that copyright law prevents them from doing so. The copyright law provides
a "fair use" exception that permits you to legally use copyrighted material for many purposes. More ...
Creating an Effective Web Site
There's more to creating a great web site than taking your paper documents and throwing
them on-line. Working in hypertext takes a little more thought and planning. By its very
nature, hypertext works differently from paper documents; it's more of an active media. More ...
Are You Familiar with Trademark Law?
You've been using your company name for a while now and, as things get more crowded,
you're beginning to wonder if anyone else uses it, what the law is, and what you should
do, if anything to protect it. More ...
Your Own Name Servers
Registrars require at least two name servers. My site only had one. I could have defined
two by asking my dedicated hosting company for another IP address, but this had a problem.
The reason for requiring two name servers is redundancy. More ...
Building a Church Website
It is becoming increasingly important for many small organizations and groups to build
their online presence. This helps in getting their ideals, goals, and mission out to the
general public. Therefore at an increasing rate many of us with computer skills are asked
by organizations to put together a website. More ...
Getting Approved by Adsense in a Jiffy
I don?t understand why everyone makes Adsense out to sound like some kind of devil.
So far, I have a 100% approval rate for my consulting clients. You would think that
we spend months developing the site to submit for approval ? but to be honest; I spend
less than a day (if that!) More ...
How to Boost Your Chances at Having a Successful Web Site
The one thing that is important to know, is that you do have to work to make money online.
Just like having a regular offline business, the online business needs to be taken care of,
the Web site continually updated. More ...
Integrating Big Data Into Your Enterprise Analytics Systems
Big Data storage and Big Data analytics, while naturally related, are not identical. Technologies associated with Big Data analytics tackle the problem of drawing meaningful information with three key characteristics. More ...