The CEO Company, Luqman-technologies, announced they are offering absolutely free web design and development services for NGOs and Home based business owner. Luqman-technologies offers search engine optimization and search engine marketing strategist for the world largest companies. Luqman Qidar, the head of CEO Company Luqman-technologies, is know as the best search engine optimizer and search [...]
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After making a website and seeing that many people are checking your stuff out it’s always good to know what there thinking. So making a comment box is a should be a great addition to your site. This way you can know how to make your website better or if it’s just good enough, or [...]
Chances are you have already encountered many modal boxes in your various travels across the web. They are like pop-ups except less annoying since they are seamlessly integrated into most design layouts. You know the notification box in the lower right hand corner of your Facebook? That’s a modal box. They are going to show [...]
If you have ever though that making a website is something that only true wizards can do, thing again. In this video, it is shown how insanly simple it really is to get yourself on the web. You might also learn some simple terms that web designers use everyday.
There can always be too much of something, especially in web design. A flash intro to your site might look classy but will surely anger users with slow internet connections. It just isn’t practical and that’s what most internet users today are looking for. A page with lots of how-to videos is great and informative [...]
You may not think about it too much, but the colors you choose on your website have numerous effects on your visitors. The same basic principles of advertising should apply to your page design. Red attracts the eye and incites action while blue is considered a “safe” color that is meant to make you feel [...]
A major issue in web design is ensuring that anything you design has cross-browser compatibility. Something that looks good on Firefox for example may look like random characters in Opera. Less noticeably so perhaps worse is simply to have a broken link, or small feature that does not seem to carry over to certain browsers. [...]
Long the leader in web design tools Adobe Dreamweaver is easy to use and powerful for designing and building websites.
As if web marketing didn’t have enough acronyms: What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) is an older abreviation – it refers to web design tools that allow you to visually make changes to a website and have the code (HTML or CSS) output automatically. Perfect for doing it yourself. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WYSIWYG