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More and more businesses are realising the potential of blogs to help promote their own websites and thus their products and

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There’s no doubt about the popularity of weblogs. Blogging is popular for many reasons including it’s laid back feel. The problem

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In an article Sue Weekes of the Recruiter wrote a few days back she asked a question faced by all website owners

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What is Web Accessibility? It means a design that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with

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When you’re offering web design services, it’s not uncommon to have similar design specifications even from different clients.

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Many web design firms and their clients engage in business with a very vague written contract or even just a simple verbal

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One of the core principles of modern web designs is the separation of structure and design. Successful website design companies

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The primary and most powerful tool any web designer has in his disposal remains to be his very own creative mind. However, since

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One of the things that you need to be able to do to be a good web designer is to write W3C compliant code. I have mentioned this

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Every web site needs a good web design and in fact there is so much scarcity of good web design that people are eager to

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1. Be consistent. This refers to all design elements whether this be the layout from one page to the next, in the imagery

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As in anything when planning your web design there are certain rules of thumb to follow. There’s almost always and exception to

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Apologies for almost having forgotten to delve deeper into the difference between the two. The first time I mentioned the

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Despite all the signs I previously mentioned that pointed out that a web design company is a good one to work with, they’re all

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Aside from the previous six signs we have enumerated other things that point to a good web design company include.

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Aside from having a great website, good people skills, and postive feedback from previous clients the other signs of a good web

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Last time I gave the the basics of choosing a good web design company. However, I did not really give more detailed tips on what

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Web designers know the importance of embedded media nowadays. Video and audio sharing is now very feasible due to high internet

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Progress - The progress element, as the name indicates, is used to indicate the progress or state of a specific process.

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Meter - The meter element is used to “represent a numeric value (amount) in a specified range” and can be given up to six

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Block-Level Semantics: Dialog - The dialog, as the word implies, is used to represent reciprocal conversation between two or

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There’s a new version of HTML coming - HTML 5. It includes additional tags in structure, semantics, embedded media, and

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Remember the time when most computer screens were only able to render 256 colors accurately? At that time web designers were

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Downloads - Avoid asking visitors to download. Whether the downloads be for files they might want to keep or to install

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After analyzing the results Webcredible came up with some recommendations in order to accommodate the needs of elderly internet

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5. Link identification - Test results showed that people from the older age group were more likely to mistakenly click on

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Last post I mentioned in passing the factors or issues wherein there was a marked difference between the older group and the

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Webcredible, a group of people that profits from doing what they love - making sure that websites are as usable and accessible to

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While the top three alternative browsers are really cool they do not suit the needs of people with disabilities. Listed below are

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Aside from new structural elements there are also new semantic tags.