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Picking Your Keywords for SEO
Most of the Internet-savvy world uses search engines to find new resources on the web. Search Engine Optimization, or SEO for short, is the art of making your web site score highly with search engines, but you won't get far without the right keyword phrases.
Reducing Your Siteís Bandwidth Requirements
Keep your website lean and mean. Here are some suggestions on reducing your site's bandwidth usage and, incidentally, improving page load rates.
Searching For A Web Host
Looking for a web host? Start by deciding what features you need - and don't settle for less! Here's how to find out what you require from your hosting company.
Setting Your Webpage Background
Many websites can benefit from a bit of sprucing up, in the form of a background image or color change. These changes are actually quite easy to implement and can make a huge difference to your site!
Symbols, Math and Greek Character Entities
Want to know the necessary HTML code for enhancing your site with some unusual symbols? Here's everything you need!
Text Input Options for HTML Forms
When designing a form you have three basic field types that can be used to collect text input from your visitors. Here are the basics on all three types.
The key differences between HTML and XHTML
In February of 1999 the World Wide Web Consortium (otherwise known as the W3C) released the specifications for XHTML version 1.0, and by January 2000 it became the W3Cís recommended format, replacing HTML 4.01.
The Right Way to Start a Paid Website Project
Many professional website builders and developers consider "difficult clients" to be their number one job-related problem. You can reduce or even completely prevent conflicts by asking the right questions BEFORE you start each project.
URL, the Uniform Resource Locator
What exactly is a URL? This article defines the term and breaks down each part of the typical URL.
Using CSS to Place HTML Elements
CSS rules give you the ability to place HTML elements exactly where you want them. You can adjust how they respond to other elements sitting around them, or even hide them entirely.
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