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13 Tips to Maintaining an RSS Feed Subscriber Base

by Sharon Housley July 25, 2007
You have an RSS feed and you have worked hard to get the word out. According to your logs you have subscribers! Now the hard part: how to retain the subscribers to your RSS feed. Follow these simple steps to insure that your subscriber base will grow.

Good Design Practices and Important Rules in Website Design

by Kanicen Nichathavan July 23, 2007
Your website is where your business resides -- it's like the headquarter of an offline company. Hence, it is important to practice good design principles to make sure your site reaches out to the maximum number of visitors and sells to as many people as possible.

Web Development - An Overview

by Munish Dev Rathee July 09, 2007
Web development is carried out with the use of languages such as HTML, XML, Flash, Perl, CSS etc.

Run a Digg like website

by Darrel Madore July 04, 2007
Run your own Digg like website in minutes with this simple to install and use script from Pligg.

Understanding Flash

by Komail Noori June 26, 2007
The Flash authoring tool was originally an animation tool, but it is so much more than that today.

25 + Common Website Design Mistakes to Avoid

by Debbie Ray June 18, 2007
Many individuals or small business owners often opt to design and build their own websites. Without proper experience or website design background many mistakes are made. If you are a beginner then there are several things you should keep in mind to avoid before designing your website.

AJAX and SEO: Hazards of AJAX to a Website's Search Engine Ranking

by Raja Sekharan May 09, 2007
One can expect a few unexpected results from an AJAX driven website.

How to Create Web2.0 Applications using AJAX and Clientside HTTP Requests

by Lucas Green May 07, 2007
A web 2.0 application, or AJAX application, runs on a single web page, and uses clientside javascript to initiate and process additional requests to the server.

What is the Ajax Enabled Google Tool-kit?

by Munish Dev Rathee April 23, 2007
A Java to JavaScript compiler was created so that developers could work in the former and leave it to the compiler to convert the same into the latter. This technology was freely shared with the developer community and is known as the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).

Using External Coding to Improve Search Engine Placement

by George Peirson April 10, 2007
Do you have lots of JavaScript coding in the header section of your web pages? Do you re-list your CSS styles at the top of every page? Do you have JavaScript coding spread throughout your web pages?

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