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Web Browser Compatibility ...

A Web browser is an application that allows a user to access the World Wide Web. Popular web browsers include Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Netscape. Not all browsers were created equal. ...

10 Things Every Client Should Know

... hourly rate, keep in mind that a tow truck driver will charge you $190 for an hour of his time. #2 Designing a great website takes time You want your website to work on all browsers and platforms, ...

9 Things Any Web Developer Should Know

... kind of browser should be able to view. With that done, we can focus on making the site look better, by adding a layer of presentation information using CSS. The site will now look good to users able ...

The Future of DOCTYPEs

...  the first browser to implement it. Using version targeting via a tag, you'll be able to lock a web browser into displaying any given page as if it were rendering in a specific version of that browse ...

Number 1 Rule: Keep it simple

...  of them are considered "Web safe." Not every computer is going to have every font installed, so when you use a font on a Website that a visitor doesn't have, their web browser will default to a fallbac ...

Spam, Scams, and Everything in Between

... ectly to defrauders. What You Can Do: Don't give in to unsolicited charity pleas. If you're going to donate over the Internet, visit the charity of your choice directly, by typing the Web site addres ...

Eight Steps to protect your website from hackers

... efox and Safari browsers, can vastly reduce traffic to your site. By using Webmaster Tools, you will receive notifications of malware infections immediately, often before blacklisting occurs.  The service ...

Content Management Systems

... update images, and to manage the critical data. Anybody with basic word processing skills can easily learn to manage a Joomla! site. Via a simple, browser-based interface you will be able to easily add ...

The Pros and Cons of using cookies

...  like their username for example. If a web application is using cookies, the server sends the cookie and your browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) will store it. The browser then returns the cookie to th ...

Web Nerd Terminology

...  Web Nerd Terminology (Explained) by Chris Coyier   Browser – A browser is a software application that is used to visit websites. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc. If you think this is obvious ...

Our Process

...  it's goals. Meta Tags, Page Titles, Page Heading, Alt Image Tags, Link Text, and Page Body Text evaluation and adjustment where needed throughout the website. Your website is tested on a variety of br ...