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My mother writes emails to me in ALL CAPS. Always. I don’t know why, and I don’t care. I’d read her emails in donkey-scrawl. She’s my mom. WHEN SHOULD YOU USE ALL CAPS? All caps should be used on short headings only. (like the one above, he-he) If you want certain words to stand out Read the full article…

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Like red pepper, a little goes a long way. I often see websites where the main content has a dark background and the font is white or light-colored. I see them, but usually I won’t read them. Why? Because they are so hard to read. Reversing type on headers, footers and navigation is fine. It Read the full article…

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This company is excellent for web development and I’ve had the sincere pleasure of working with them on numerous projects. Technical Wizards I’ve learned a great deal from Shaunt about SEO, web standards and creating relevant content to support your site’s integrity.  

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First off, in case you don’t know what this is – let’s ask Wikipedia: A favicon  /ˈfævɨkɒn/ (short for favorites icon), also known as a shortcut icon, Web site icon, URL icon, or bookmark icon, is a file containing one or more small icons, most commonly 16×16 pixels, associated with a particular Web site or Read the full article…

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If you’re like me, writing a blog seems rather daunting. Much like cleaning the bathrooms or vacuuming the house — it’s something I’d simply rather not do (and know I should). Why have a blog? For most companies, maintaining a blog may be your best move to keep content fresh, improve your SEO, and acquire Read the full article…

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For many companies, the first “impression” comes from your online presence… your website. Does your website portray the image of your company? Is it up-to-date, organized, well-designed and easy to navigate? The decision for a potential customer to stay on your site depends on it. Look for ways to improve. Maybe you don’t need a Read the full article…

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Why can’t we all just get along? One of the biggest challenges of designing a website is determining how the content will be displayed on the various browsers — and update versions — available on the web. Popularity Today. Browser statistics show Firefox and Chrome neck and neck for first place, followed by Internet Explorer Read the full article…

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