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361: How to Make a Website Layout
Making a layout involves deciding what you want to show on your web page and how you want to organize it. A web page layout defines the geometry of the page, so you'll have to decide what you will be showing on the page and how you're going to organize it.

362: How to Make My Own Layout
Making your own layout is not all that difficult what with all those templates and help available on the net. You just have to have a good idea of what you want and also where to look for the best help.

363: Look For the Obvious and Work on It
When you are working on your own subscription website each day, you at times, tend to ignore the obvious facts and conditions offered by your site. Sometimes when we offer schemes and benefits that may not interest the subscribers or the potential customers much, the scheme may not take off to the desired levels. The reason may be that the customers are not very excited about what you are offering.

364: How to Start Your Own Arcade Website
The development of modern electronics technology has brought in many changes in the definition of entertainment. Just sit and click the website which provides many types of games.

365: From Coder to Online Entrepreneur - (Part 1) The Spark
If you're a software developer, you probably already possess many of the technical skills you need to build a money-making website. This set of articles aims to provide a step-by-step guide to using your existing skills to create your own online business.

366: 5 Crucial Steps to Creating an Automatic Sales Machine
Most business owners don't really know why they have a website. They just know that they need to have one. I suggest that you turn your website into a lead generator. You don't have to change your website to do that, just create a series of sales pages or squeeze pages that lays out an offer to your prospect and gets their important information for further marketing use. Be sure to use a free offer to bring in qualified prospects.

367: How to Create a Super Profitable Website
Discover how to build a profitable website from scratch. You can ear through AdSense, affiliate programs and your own products. But you need this blueprint to tie it all together...

368: This is Your Brain on the Web
The other day a friend of mine sent me a video from a brain scientist who had the chance of a lifetime: she had a stroke. Now, to you and I, this is not the chance of a lifetime. This is tragic.

369: Internet Business - Whats So Good About Having Your Own Website?
Are you thinking about an Internet Business? Are you thinking about having your very own Website? Its a scary thought, especially if you have no real design or programming experience, but there are ways around this and the benefits far out way the bridge you need to get over. Read on and I'll tell you more!

370: How to Create a Real Estate Website That Will Make You Money
Most successful businesses these days have a web presence of some sort, whether it is a blog, MySpace profile, or a personalized website. The importance of having a website for your business in this day and age cannot be understated. The number of households in America that have their own internet connection has been growing exponentially since the mid-90's, and has become a standard medium for research, networking, and communicating around the world.

371: Web Site Design, Part I
Site maps, storyboards, and schematics can be used to document the proposed structure of your web site. It is a good idea to use handwritten visuals when you are first designing the site. It is easy to visualize the site map as a whole when the entire idea is in front of you. Software should be used after the basic prototype has been designed.

372: Flash Photosplash - Delight Them With a Random Layout of Scattered Photos
By using Flash Photosplash you can generate a random layout of photographs that is far more appealing to most people than something more ordered. People tend to like chaos amongst the order, and that is what a Flash script like Photosplash can achieve for you. When it comes to showing people photographs, or even looking at them yourself, trawling through a photo album from one cover to the next can become a bit of a daunting task.

373: Not Designing Your Site to Make Money
The objective of the user in one site and its business model because they have no match. If only 5% of the visits have the potential to generate revenue, we can not focus on site design them, but in 95% of visitors who come to the website for their free services. On the Internet almost nobody is willing to pay for using a service. Only you can make money with a minority of users with services or very specific, but this business model can only work when there is a large volume of users. Can only achieve this critical mass of users by offering a free service, useful and practical, this means that 90% of the interface and the budget of a site should focus on these free services.

374: Website Design - CSS Classes Vs Ids
As a beginner using CSS I had trouble understanding the difference between classes and ids. Both are used as an identifier of an element, and technically you can get the exact same affect using either. The difference is fairly simple, an id is unique, it is used for an individual element of a webpage.

375: Designing a Flashy Website Has Its Benefits
A website with absolutely no flashy-ness is much easier to forget than the one with the over-the-top flash. However, a site with over-the-top flash will put people off by it's excessive gaudiness. Where do we find the balance? It's all in presentation!

376: Using an InDesin Template
Are you familiar with Adobe InDesgin? If you're not then you are truly missing out on a great way to save time with your print design projects. InDesgin templates will make laying out your information in a very clear and concise manner very quick, simple and easy.

377: Are You Making These 10 Fatal Website Mistakes?
A lively website can be a powerful lead generation tool that can capture the interest of prospective customers but only if you adopt good website practice. Unfortunately, far too many website owners seem to adopt one or more of the following really dumb ways to operate, promote and design a website. How many of them are you guilty of?

378: Creating a Successful Web Page Layout
A website is composed of many individual pages which collectively effect the website. Even though the web page is jumbled like a puzzle chooses the web layout that is both simple and complementary to the focus the message.

379: Choosing Web Application Development Services
The choice of web application development services is a critical one. It will to a large extend determine the overall success of the project. Here's a quick overview of the major factors to consider when choosing a web development company.

380: On Any Website, Content is King! Well, it Once Was
There was a time, not too long ago, when I could honestly say to a client who wanted a new or updated website, "Content is King!" There was little doubt in the industry that while photos - graphics of some kind - spruced up a website, the words used to describe a product or service actually created the sale. That's no longer true in today's world.

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