A Comprehensive Guide To HTML5 HTML5 is the latest revision of the HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) standard for websites from the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Its first draft was released in 2008, but it did not get much attention by techies till the release of HTML5 in 2011. It made people write about it and use it. However, its compliancy with different browsers…..
If you are in the business world, at some point you will need to find a web design service provider that is right for your needs. If you still think that you are helping your business bottom line by not updating your current website or by maintaining it your self, consider the following 5 reasons why you must stop: 1. Mobile Optimization – Responsive Websites It…..
Accessing the web from a plethora of devices – from PCs to smart phones and tablets, and even new generation electric cars – has become the norm, and users expect to receive the same full and device-friendly experience on all the platforms they use. However, small businesses are resource and cash constrained so each decision must be given careful thought. Here are some reasons to consider…..
Flash has been the standard in website animation for many years. Owned by Adobe, this programming language has enabled web designers to develop and deploy fun, engaging animations and eye-catching graphics to make their websites more engaging. The growing prevalence of the iPad and other Apple products that do not support Flash, however, required programmers to come up with a new programming tool to put these…..
The other side of the Internet, or Web 2.0, is a world of interactive web pages that change though user interaction and user data input, such as geographic location, sex, age, personal preference, and others. To create such unique user experiences, developers must make use of dynamic web technologies such as Perl, PHP, Ruby, ASP, and Ajax, which process “requests” or information inputs by the user…..
Broadly speaking, there are two types of web pages – those you can interact with, or dynamic, and those you can’t interact with, or static ones. However, this increased functionality of the dynamic pages comes at a price – such websites require much more knowledge and work to build and cost substantially more. Therefore, websites with simpler functions, or your initial business page, can be built…..
Returning visitors tend to visit 4 times1 as many web pages as new users and they also spend considerably more time on the website – 13 min, compared to 30 sec1. Additionally, they are a more engaged target audience, are more likely to make a purchase, and would probably recommend your website to friends and niche groups. Therefore, building a website management strategy centered around getting…..
For small businesses, knowing who is visiting your website and what they are doing once they get there is important. With this information, you can get valuable insight into what is working with your marketing, what is confusing your visitors and where you can improve. Without an analytics tool, your company can only take a shot in the dark and guess what your website visitors’ behavior…..
Designing an effective logo is not just an art, but also a science. It is classified as an art because there is a significant amount of creativity involved to produce the desired result. It is a science because it needs alignment with the specifications of the client. The whole process involved brings out the technical and creative aspects of the corporation. All of the steps involved…..
The website of a small business is the backbone of its Internet marketing campaign. It makes sense to build it following strict guidelines and the best industry practices, and incorporating these ten important features. The benefits these features will bring are many, such as having customers who keep coming back, making it easy for customers to find what they are looking for, making visiting the website…..