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By Marci Crane ; October 16th, 2007
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Professional web site design is important but you don't have to be a licensed professional to get an online space that “says” professional web site design with confidence!

The following design tips will help you to achieve the look alike professional web site design that your business or personalize website has been waiting for.

By Jesse Skinner ; October 9th, 2007
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Semantic HTML means using HTML tags for their implied meaning, rather than just using (meaningless) div and span tags for absolutely everything. Why would you want to do this? Depending on the tag, the content in the tag can be interpreted in a certain way.

By John LaSpina ; September 4th, 2007
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Before you start design on a website step back a minute – or two. Think about what a website is REALLY supposed to do for the client as well as the visitor. In its simplest form, a website is there to facilitate a transaction of information between it and the visitor. With this in mind, here are some tips for designing useful web sites:

By Linda Chadbourne ; August 27th, 2007
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Are you one of many website designers who use a popular WYSWYG (What You See Is What You Get) program? I was one of them. I blissfully made websites using the ever-popular design view and grew a very nice clientele. Due to years of experience my websites were cross-browser compatible, affordable and attractive. Life was good!!!

By Richard Henry ; August 15th, 2007
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I was speaking to a site designer starting out the other day, and she asked me the question every newbie wonders; what’s really so wrong with using tables for design?

Anyone with a basic understanding of accessibility and a degradable web browsing experience just shuddered. But I’m pretty sure there’s a few people sat there wondering what actually is so wrong, and this article is for you.

By Vadim Nareyko ; July 24th, 2007
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Structure and Visualization

  • Do not use the <font> element
  • Move arrangement attributes (align, valign, width, height) to CSS.
  • Do not use tables except showing table data. Using tables for visual formatting is acceptable in complex situations only. Max table nesting can not be great than 3.
  • Move attribute "background" to CSS.
  • Design of input fields and buttons must be written as class in CSS.
  • Styles must be written as external file and linked using<link>.
By Jim D. Ray ; July 10th, 2007
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After years of working with entrepreneurs who developed their first web site using an image-based editor, the new world of internet marketing has placed a stronger emphasis on web development that conforms to technical concerns such as search engine optimization and multi-browser compatibility.

By Tim Warren (not verified) ; April 22nd, 2007
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Tables used to be the “in” thing when it came to designing web sites. As with many other things though, new techniques and methods standards are bound to emerge with time. When once tables were seen in most web pages, some experts now suggest that tables should be thrown out of the window.

By Munish Dev Rathee ; April 21st, 2007
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Web page creation is no child’s play. A huge amount of time is spent in planning the look and feel of a website, before the actually development begins. From a user’s perspective, apart from the website itself, the only tangible evidence that vouches for this planning is the visible operational elements. In other words, front-end elements that are related to the functionality of the website. A sitemap is one such element.

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