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NOTICE: Internet Explorer 6 – It’s Not Gone Yet!

Internet Explorer 6 is every web developer’s worst nightmare, making all of us eager to drop support for it now that worldwide browser usage statistics have fallen below 1%. Is it a good idea for your website not to be IE6 compatible? Before you drop IE6 compatibility, read this.

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Google’s Webmaster Tools Blunder Highlights the Importance of Cross-Browser Compatibility

Google’s most recent update with its Webmaster Tools product was not fully tested for cross-browser compatibility before it was rolled out. The result? The product was virtually unusable for a full week for visitors trying to access it using Firefox 3.6. Do you test your website for cross-browser compatibility before you introduce it to the web?

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Grade Your Website: Free Online Evaluation Tools

Why pay a professional for a basic website evaluation when you can do it yourself for free? Here is a list free online tools that will help you grade your website.

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Firefox 2 on Mac: jQuery Anti-Aliasing/Opacity Bug

In the ideal scenario, what works on one browser will work on another. Unfortunately, this is never the case. In reality, all browsers have their own little bugs which cause them to behave differently. In this bug report, we highlight a little issue that popped up with Firefox 2.0 on Macs.

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Is It Time for a Redesign?

These days, just having a website is not enough. In addition, your website needs to look good and have comparable functionality to other websites in your industry. In fact, if your website is not up to par, you could actually be turning customers away! So how do you determine whether your website is adequate or whether you are in desperate need of a redesign?

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All Websites Are Not Created Equal

Believe it or not, what’s ‘under the hood’ of your website is often just as important as what your website looks like. In this article, we address some considerations that you should make when hiring a web developer.

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10 Things Your Website Must Have

If you are planning on building a successful website or wondering why your current website is not effective, our list below will help you. These are a few things which we think that all websites should have.

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One Big Reason to Limit Your Use of JavaScript

JavaScript is used all over the internet to accomplish a wide variety of features such as hover menus, animation, and form validation. In fact, JavaScript is used so frequently that web developers often take it for granted, without realizing that not all browsers support it. And if that isn’t bad enough, many web surfers actually disable JavaScript. Fortunately, there are easy alternatives to JavaScript.

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