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HTML and CSS Validation: Should You Validate Your Web Page?

April 23, 2013
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Do you hang around webmaster circles? Then you will realize how controversial the HTML and CSS validation are to some people. Here we are going to discuss about different perspectives on the controversy and also list out some practical methods to improve the website’s appearance. What does HTML or CSS validation mean? Well, validation refers […]

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Four Techniques for Protecting Online Images

June 4, 2012
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Image theft has become a cause of concern for many photographers and artists. This has resulted in many looking for ways of protecting their work from being plagiarized. Here are some of the methods which are used to protect images. 1. No right click script The no right click JavaScript is one of the most […]

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Let Technology Work in Your Favor

April 12, 2012
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SEO, in itself is a two part job – there’s on-page SEO and off-page SEO. Additionally, on-page SEO has two main parts to it as well: (1) the keyword-focused part, and (2) the technical part. Getting the keywords for your site right is a whole different story, and some people even believe that this is […]

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Expand Your Small Business Online the Easy Way

June 5, 2011
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In the early days, if you want to build your own website, you need to know how to use the HTML language, scripts and other programming techniques. It really sounds like it is a difficult and daunting task, and this is probably one of the main reasons why large businesses employ those who are extremely […]

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Could HTML5 kill Flash for good?

March 12, 2011
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The whole HTML5 vs Flash debate really started with the launch of iPhone worldwide when more and more people became aware that Flash-based websites didn’t work on iPhone. With that, non-flash versions of previously Flash-based websites began to popup around the Internet as more and more people started using iOS devices such as iPhone and […]

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5 Tips To Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

January 28, 2011
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With the increasing trend in mobile platform, there are limitations of the website being displayed in the actual HTML format as designed for your web browsing over a PC or a laptop. These HTML formats could be made more amicable to make your website supportive and adapt efficiently to work well on the mobile platform. […]

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SEO: Why Meta Description Is Still Important

July 30, 2009

By now you may have heard several times from search engine experts, that “meta tags” are not as important any longer as they used to be. While that’s especially true for “meta keywords”, as they were simply being abused too much, meta description is still important to maintain in your website pages. Let me explain […]

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