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3 Top-Rated Content Management Systems (CMS) You Can Consider For Your First Website!

by Katey Marsh February 17, 2017
Content Management System (CMS) provide a front-end user interface for adding, editing or removing digital content. This article explores the best CMSs currently available.

How to Use JavaScript to Enhance your Website, in Comparison to Flash Technology

by Jack Dawson September 15, 2015
JavaScript is an increasingly popular way for websites to add extra functionality. However, overusing JavaScript can make a site slow to render, bloated and impossible to interpret for indexing purposes. While many strides have been made to enable Google’s crawling bots to interpret JavaScript, they are still not fully proficient, and hence this can make a site to be skipped over or ranked poorly for their target searches.

Seven Reasons to Avoid JavaScript Dynamic Navigation

by Iain Row December 12, 2007
I’ve been a web developer for over seven years, and in that time I’ve been fortunate enough to see several bad ideas go out of fashion, including splash screens and unnecessary framesets.

Web 2.0 For The Uninitiated

by Tim Priebe December 03, 2007
If you read anything on web design and website maintenance, you've likely heard the term Web 2.0 thrown around. Is the world wide web getting an upgrade? What's going on?

Accessibility for Seniors on the Web

by Karen Blundell November 19, 2007
One of the reasons accessibility in web design is so important is because a large percentage of seniors are surfing the web. The baby boomers are approaching or are in their sixties and about 75% of them are surfing the web to get information about health issues in particular and they are also shopping big time. How nice is it for them to shop at Christmas for their grandchildren without having to go out and brave the elements? I think it’s absolutely fantastic that the internet has made seniors’ lives so much easier. And the internet has also enabled them to keep their minds active, which, in my opinion, is an important key to longevity.

Website Building Basics - Domain Names and Web Hosting

by Julie McCoy November 05, 2007
Everyone wants a website, and every day it's becoming easier and cheaper to own one. Yet it can still be a daunting process for the beginner - what do all these terms mean? What's the difference between buying a domain name and hosting space? What do you do first? This guide will get you on your feet.

AJAX - Combining Technologies to Increase Website Interactivity

by Mikhail Tuknov October 11, 2007
Since AJAX allows for asynchronous action, loading of new small amounts of data does not interfere with normal page loading. AJAX allows for a more responsive web experience as it allows your web page to exchange small amounts of data with the server as you view the page.

JavaScript for Web Design - Advantages and Disadvantages

by Stuart Mortimer September 10, 2007
This article discusses the good and the bad points of using JavaScript in your website designs. It points out the areas where JavaScript excels as a web based programming language and also describes situations where its use can actually detract from the performance of a website.

Pros and Cons of Flash-based Sites and Web Templates

August 28, 2007
The first obvious mistake you should be aware of is using a template that is very popular. If many people use the same template, your website will not appear unique at all and your credibility as a solid, different website will be tarnished. In other words, you will appear generic just like your next-door neighbours.

Website Design: Improve your Navigation

by Rich Goldman August 15, 2007
Navigation remains the single most essential aspect of site construction, and the wonders of modern technology mean you can guide your visitors around your site in a range of innovative ways to make their online experiences all the richer and more rewarding.

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