Web Design and Development
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.Read Article
The alt attribute in HTML is one of the most improperly used HTML code elements. Either webmasters completely neglect to use it or simply use it in a way in which it was not intended. But by using it properly, you can take advantage of SEO benefits and achieve greater accessibility.Read Article
When it comes time to launch a website, it can be a very frantic time. And it is easy to forget to do some basic things which can greatly affect the initial success of your website. Here is our list of five important things we check before launching websites.Read Article
If you spend enough time on the web, you will have seen some mention of web standards. Or perhaps you have just seen those little HTML or CSS icons on the bottom of web pages… So what are web standards? And what do they mean for your website?Read Article
There are so many resources on the web today that make it more easy than ever to build, optimize, maintain, monetize, and promote a website. And given that most of the best tools are completely free, there is no excuse for not using them.
We’ve listed a few of our favorites, as well as some other popular tools, to help you in your website endeavors.Read Article
Believe it or not, all web browsers do not behave the same way. And depending on how a website is coded, it might look differently in each browser. Clearly, this can be quite problematic; broken sites often look unprofessional. So how can you determine whether your website looks the same across all browsers?
In this article, we suggest tools that can be used to view your site in multiple browsers, as well as quick fixes for some of the most common cross-browser compatibility issues.Read Article