Archive for April, 2011
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
To say that Twitter is popular and lots of people use it, would be a massive understatement. But the more popular a web service becomes, the more people you have wishing it could do more.Here are 7 of these tools that will help you do more with Twitter.
The main idea behind the concept of separating the content from its presentation is to allow website developers a useful framework to develop their website giving them the ability to change the website’s appearance whenever they like without needing to redo the content structure. This article will explain the rationale behind separating content from presentation.
Flash based sites are always a treat to your eyes.In the sense, they are always attractive and are fancy.As macromedia is working further and adding more and more advanced features to Flash, we can definitely expect more and more flash based sites in the near future.However, there is a serious allegation that Flash based sites are a burden on web usage and the web real estate.So, where exactly should we stand.
Joomla, WordPress or Drupal CMS? Confuse to determine what you’ll choose? There are many applications to make website. Some of them are Joomla, WordPress, and Drupal. They are three major CMS (Content Management System). all of them have superiorities and weakness. They are fit people purposes in different ways. Let’s us make some comparisons of these three CMS, that may help you to choose the best one for your purposes.
Confused by search engine optimization and search engine marketing? Is there even a difference between both techniques? To make matters worse, both terms are often used interchangeably by supposed industry experts. It’s important to note that each method is different and in this article, I hope to accurately detail what the fundamental differences are.
If you’ve ever tried to print a web page that doesn’t have a print style sheet attached to it, you know that it can be difficult to get them to look correct. PDF files have the advantage of looking the same no matter where you are viewing them.
Favicon stands for “Favorites Icon”. It’s the little icon beside your site’s name in the favorites list, before the URL in the address bar, as a bookmarked website on the desktop, in the “Links” bar and on the windows taskbar.
1. Bad Search
Overly literal search engines reduce usability in that they’re unable to handle typos, plurals, hyphens, and other variants of the query terms. Such search engines are particularly difficult for elderly users, but they hurt everybody.