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1301: Web Development for a Funny Website
One of the types of websites, which could turn out to be very profitable, would be those related to different kinds of humor. However, when you create one, it is important that you do the right things so that it would turn out be successful. Here are several things you could do.

1302: The Importance of Regular Updates in Web Development
Online businesses and activities are more different than ever these days. The web sites being developed are a lot faster, more accessible and interactive in nature, making the whole experience unlike any other. Dynamic websites have increased in numbers.

1303: Quality Content for Optimum Web Development
In the world of web development, SEO or search engine optimization is truly a vital concept. It ensures traffic to whatever website you have.

1304: How To Make Your Own Website Quickly And Cheaply
It's the kind of thing you've been meaning to get round to sooner or later. Now the time has come. But just how to make your own website?

1305: 7 Steps to Put Audio on Your Web Page
At one time, to put audio on your web pages you would either have to put up $99 for a software package or join a membership club for $19.95-$29.95 per month. All the pros had audio and they refer to it in advertising as an "Attention Capturing". Now we can all have audio very inexpensively with the click of a few buttons.

1306: How To Create A Site - One That Works
We can both appreciate that this can be far easier in theory than in practice. But for the purpose of this article I am going to try and break it down into simple steps.

1307: How To Create A Website - 3 Simple Tips
When it comes to creating websites people often over complicate the issue. Of course this is understandable based upon all the information out there related to this subject.

1308: Tools for Website Construction
Whenever something is built, the proper tools are needed to accomplish that task. Starting out, you will need a computer, monitor, printer, a connection to the internet and software. Since the first four are most likely already in place, we will go over choosing software.

1309: Building a Website
By breaking down the project into small and manageable tasks, the overall job of creating a website becomes easy and less overwhelming. By following a set of steps you will see the site evolve from a simple idea, to a fully functional presence on the web.

1310: Your Website Concept
What are the goals and purpose of your website? Every project needs to begin with clearly defined and understood goals. This step in the website creation process is critical to development of your online strategies.

1311: How to Organize Your Website
Your website needs to be organized so you can add content easily and your visitors can spend time absorbing your content rather than trying to figure out the navigation system. Planning and organizing your site in the beginning phases makes the update process easier down the road because you won't have to do as much work when it comes to page linking. The file structure needs to make sense to you since you are most likely going to be the person dealing with adding, subtracting and updating...

1312: Website Navigation
One of the most important tasks when developing your website is creating a navigation system that is effective and easy to use. People have a tendency to try to include everything in the navigation tree all at once. Instead they should follow the same process as setting up the structure for the site and break it down in levels.

1313: Page Titles and Meta Tags
To help obtain high page rankings with search engines, the contents of your page title are one of the most important things that need to be dealt with. The page title is the first amount of information provided to a search engine describing the contents of the page. You should also be aware that the page title provides information about the contents not only to search engines, but to visitors as well.

1314: The Beginners Guide to PHP
PHP is used in the creation of dynamic web pages. Web developers like it because of its fast parsing and flexibility and versatility. It is a popular tool for managing a form's data after it is submitted and comes built in with many different interfaces and API's.

1315: Reusing Code in Web Sites and Applications Part 1 - Using Include() and Require()
Reusing pieces of HTML code is a common way of making web sites (or web applications) more consistent, reliable, and more manageable. Even a small web site consisting of perhaps 20 or 30 web pages can benefit from reusing code for header and footer sections, for example. If the same header or footer is used across all the pages on the site, it makes sense to put the header and footer code in separate files, and then call those files to insert their contents where required.

1316: How To Create A Website - Simple Tips To Help You Succeed
When it comes to building websites you need to understand what you fundamentally wish to achieve. This should be front and center.

1317: Do You Want To Build A Real Revenue Generating Website?
There are many advantages to building a good website. A good website is like good real estate. A good website is measured by the quality of traffic it receives and the value of content it contains.

1318: Do You Want To Build A Money Making Website?
No matter what site you build it will never be able to make money unless it gets traffic. You ask anyone online who is either new or intermediate what their biggest challenge is. The majority would say that getting traffic to their site is their number one priority.

1319: Preserving the Integrity of Your Flash Templates Before Use
If you have decided to use website templates to create your ideal website you have taken a step in the right direction. This is especially so if you don't want to spend thousands of dollars on custom templates and do not have the ability to create them on your own. Many people think that once they have the templates they are ready to roll, and you are in a certain sense.

1320: Lovely to Look at but Rarely Seen
Intentionally launching a Web site that can't be found by any of the major search engines could hardly be the goal of any Web site owner. That would be akin to opening a mail-order business and not sending out a catalog, or opening a store and not publishing your phone number or address. On the Internet, the major search engines are the equivalent of the Yellow Pages, and the listings on search engines are just as valuable for garnering new business. No matter how pretty and interactive your company's new Web site is, if it can't be found in one or more of the major search engines, then you might as well have put a billboard in the woods.

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