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241: Site Must Haves - What You Should Include in Your Site
Not knowing what to include in your site can be a deterrent. Knowing what to provide can make your life a whole lot easier.

242: Useful CSS Tips - Tricks For Web Designers - Search Engine Friendly CSS
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is becoming the most interactive part of the latest web design standards. The traditional ruler of the Website design and website coding, HTML received an add-on in form of CSS or Cascading Style Sheets.

243: CSS Tables - How to Create a Table Using CSS
To ensure consistency across pages (and to "get with the times", so to speak) instead of defining each element of each table separately, define the properties of the table and cells in your Cascading Style Sheet (CSS). The "table" definition defines the outermost edge (is the container for) the array of cells. The "td" definitions define the character of the individual cells.

244: If Your Website Was a Bridge, Would it Be the Golden Gate Bridge, Or Would People Fear to Cross?
I had the great pleasure the other day to undertake the Storey Bridge Climb in Brisbane, Australia with my father and a son. Whilst on the climb, and hearing about the tales of the bridge construction and maintenance, it occurred to me that building a website is a lot like building a bridge. A bridge requires strong foundations, must be easily found, should give clear directions for travel, and must be clearly taking people to their intended destination. So, if your website was a bridge would it be a masterful construction like the Golden gate Bridge or the Sydney Harbour Bridge?

245: How to Make a Website the Easy Way
If you have previous experience building a website then you will find it to be quite a simple task building from scratch. But, if you have no knowledge regarding how to make a website, then it may be a challenge at first. If you take some simple steps for setting goals then you will find that the question of how to make a website will be fast & easy.

246: The Appeal of Muscle Sites
A commentary on how to cater to a popular website theme by building new sites out of old, stale material. Some fresh and clever web designs can breath new life into old pictures and articles to create a whole new website that will appeal to the present day web surfer.

247: It is Not So Hard to Build Your First Website
You may think building a website is a complicated process, but it really is not. There are many guides to help you design and get your website up and running. Once you have it all set up and get a look at your new website, you will be surprised at how much you have learned.

248: Logos in Various Forms and Styles
This article summarizes the different types of logos that are available and how does it matter to any business. Choose the best option that could work wonders for your company.

249: 4 Tips on Getting Web Site Content to Work For You
Web site writing is different than the old marketing standbys of direct mail or brochure writing. Here are 4 tips for getting Web site copy to work for you.

250: Your Companys and Websites Unique Value Proposition (UVP)
No other website factor may be more responsible for your business results than your website's Unique Value Proposition (UVP). Your UVP is a statement proposing to your site visitors that, in the industry segment in which you operate, you are their best solution... period. Visitors arrive at your site with one question in mind, "Why should I buy from you instead of someone else"? Your answer to that question is your Unique Value Proposition. It must convince your visitor, in no uncertain terms, who you are, what you offer, why they cannot get it anywhere else, how you create value for them and the gains they will experience from the transaction.

251: Creating Valuable Content For Your Site
Now that you have found the niche of most interest to you, it is time to focus on providing content. By providing useful content, you are improving the chances of return viewers and will more than likely receive high ranking in Google.

252: Make Your Website a Great Customer Resource
Many online entrepreneurs are succeeding in making their websites not only places for sales but also indispensable resources. Their sites are full of hyperlinks and other information that customers want to visit again and again. Learn how you can do the same.

253: Web Developers - Dealing With Your Clients
I'd like to discuss how to properly deal with your clients, setting expectations and holding everyone accountable. During your initial meeting with the client, after they've agreed to hire you, you need to define everyone's role in the project. You should create a spreadsheet with deliverables, and assign a person and date to each item.

254: Vent Servers Versus Teamspeak
Teamspeak and Ventrilo are inherently rather similar applications. Both of them use VoIP technology in a client-server layout, allowing game players and others to talk online. That means that many users install their software on their home computer, called the client, which is organized through the server, or central hub.

255: How to Create Content For Your Website
Content is king. If you have your own website, there is a good chance you have heard that saying. Creating a website is only part of the equation when it comes to running your online business. You should also have good solid content that makes folks want to come back for more. After all, you do not want to spend time and effort to drive traffic to your site just for your visitors to abandon it and never come back.

256: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) In Laymans Terms
CSS refers to presentation instructions for a document written in a markup language such as HTML or XHTML. A well defined CSS driven structure adds a level of efficiency and greater ease in modifying the appearance of a website.

257: Therapists and Healing Artists - Does Your Website Make Your Potential Clients Want to Run?
Many people assume that when their web visitors land at their website they read almost everything that's there. In most cases, this is far from what happens.

258: Creating a Website For Your Business - Seven Stellar Tips
Do you own a small business or a looking to start a small business? Create a great website that gets you motivated traffic looking for your product or service.

259: Why Every Brick and Mortar Business Needs a Web Site
If you own a business with a physical location and do not have a well designed and consistently updated website where your customers can find you then you are losing money and may not even realize it. In today's world, the first place consumers go to research an impending purchase is the Internet and if you are not there they will just go somewhere else. This article will discuss the three most important reasons every business needs a website.

260: 10 Golden Rules in Website Design - Rule # 6
When it comes to your website, extra attention should be paid to every minute detail to make sure it performs optimally and serves its purpose. Here is the sixth of ten important rules of thumb to make sure your website performs well. Have a way of capturing visitors' names and e-mail addresses There are two reasons why you should do this.


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