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A great majority of small business owners hire web masters to edit and maintain their business websites. As they do not have any knowledge of HTML, they cannot edit their websites themselves. It is evident that every business website needs frequent editing and updating. If a small business owner does not have the basic HTML […]

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Rich snippets can boost your site’s performance dramatically in two major fashions, by increasing visibility to the search engines, improving CTR (click through rate) and building greater profitability. They do this on two closely related fronts. Search Engine Results Pages First, by implementing RDFa rich snippets, microdata or microformats, data can be categorized per a […]

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Apple Updates Safari 5 Users Can Add New Features Through Extensions CUPERTINO, California—July 28, 2010—Apple® today released Safari® 5.0.1, turning on Safari Extensions and introducing the Safari Extensions Gallery. Apple introduced extensions support in Safari 5 in June so developers could begin creating extensions with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript web standards. With Safari Extensions Gallery, […]

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by Stephen Mahaney article reprinted with permission from Search Engine News Perhaps you’ve heard that HTML tables reduce search engine optimization efficiency. The truth is, it isn’t the HTML table layout that reduces the efficiency, it’s the content order of appearance within the table that auses the search engine problems. Specifically, it’s when site navigation […]

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How to Learn HTML Basics

September 22, 2009

HTML Basics Part six of ten By Shelley Lowery If you’re doing business on the Internet, learning some basic web design skills is an absolute must. Not only will you have the ability to create your own web pages, but you’ll also save yourself a great deal of money. Selecting an HTML Editor Although there […]

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Copyright ?? Herman Drost Statistics show that only one of every four Web Sites use Meta tags. However using these tags can give your site an advantage over other sites that do not. Meta tags enable most visitors to initially find your site from the search engines. What are Meta Tags? These are HTML tags […]

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Have you ever really wanted to have a web site designed ? Your main problem though is that you don’t feel you have enough cash or time to invest. You have two options * Learn to create your own web site Or* Hire someone else to do it for you. So let’s assume you want […]

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Using ascii text to render characters correctly within your browser As you can see from the characters below, using Unicode is simple. Just substitute the Unicode sequence in the example for the corresponding character. Then use all of those sequences wherever you want to include letters numbers and symbols. This is required in some cases […]

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Google Gets the Message, Launches Gmail User Complaint About Existing Services Leads Google to Create Search-Based Webmail Search is Number Two Online Activity ??? Email is Number One; “Heck, Yeah,” Say Google Founders MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – April 1, 2004 UTC – Amidst rampant media speculation, Google Inc. today announced it is testing a preview […]

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What exactly is a cookie-cutter layout? If you have been designing websites for any length of time, you have likely run into this terminology. In most cases it is a term used to describe predesigned web templates. Generally, the person using this terminology is promoting their own product or service and is trying to sway […]

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