Web Design Category

E-Learning: Out of the Classroom and Onto the Web

by Jacqueline Sinex
Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Does your company offer courses for professional certifications that require students to spend several hours in a classroom every year? How much more convenient would it be for those individuals to study from their home or office? E-Learning Examples Real estate industry courses with multiple chapters, interactive Flash quizzes, random security check que

Stop, Drop, and Roll Your Website Into Shape: Key Mistakes to Avoid

by Bryan Lokey
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008

Trim down your homepage. Your homepage should draw people into your site and make them want to see more. It should not only be easy to read but should load quickly as well. Although high-speed internet is quickly becoming the standard, there is still a large percentage of people who connect through dial-up. If your […]

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All You Really Need to Know About Website Design You Learned While Trick-or-Treating

by Jacqueline Sinex
Friday, October 31st, 2008

Remember going door-to-door as a kid on Halloween? It was all about the treats. Every kid on the block set out to see which house would have the best candy that year – the house with the biggest bunch of chocolates and lollipops. But there was always that one house that disappointed – nothing but […]

Blog Basics

by Bryan Lokey
Friday, October 24th, 2008

You may have noticed the increasing popularity of blogs on the Internet. Blogs are not just for personal use and are not simply a soapbox; they are a great way to build content for your website, attracting both visitors and search engines. Hosting your own blog can be free and easy. Getting started with WordPress […]

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Just Say No To Free Template Software

by Rachael Pierce
Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

You may have seen small budget providers offer free ‘do-it-yourself’ website building software, and it looks so easy you don’t know why you should pass it up. But before you jump into that template software, know what you are actually getting. When you use templates to design your website, your website is usually not consistent. [&helli

Hello Out There!

by Rachael Pierce
Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Hello. I am a potential customer. I’d love to talk to you about your product. Heck, I’d even like to buy it. But I need one question answered. Can you help me? Wait, I am on your website. I can just find your contact information and call you myself. Hold on. I can’t find out […]

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Domain Name vs. Web Host

by Rachael Pierce
Monday, April 7th, 2008

Often customers ask us what the difference is between their web hosting service and their domain name. While these two are closely related, and work hand-in-hand, they are separate entities. It can be helpful to house all of these services under one roof, so you deal with one company for all your websites needs. For […]

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Website Navigation Menu Tips

by Jacqueline Sinex
Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

Using CSS (style sheets) to style the links of your website menu can be advantageous, both for search-friendliness and for usability. It is easy to set up styles for your links once you become somewhat comfortable with using style sheets. You can even make the links look just like tabs or buttons, with or without […]

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