Internet marketing has become an essential strategy to increase the visibility of your business. However, several businesses do not leverage the repertoire of techniques available with online marketing. As far as paid search is concerned, many business owners are doubtful about its impact and are not aware of the benefits it can fetch.
With the emergence of Mobile technology, a number of tools and technologies have evolved to contribute to the design & development of applications. No wonder, the effectual prominence of mobile apps has helped businesses grow exponentially and it also proffers a long-lasting presence of your business brand amid audience. Moreover, providing the best mobile experience to your audience can actually help in improving the presence of your business by garnering a strong user base.
The HTML source of web pages put up by spammers often have the source code obfuscated in order to conceal the location of web sites and form destinations. The tools on this page can undo the obfuscation generated by some programs.
Six Revisions has compiled a list of 15 tools for monitoring a website's popularity. From estimating a blog's readership to counting the number of inbound links -- the list has a selection of different free online tools. Here are the first five:
Over at InsideCRM.com they have a big list of small things that take only five minutes each and make your site better. The advice covers different areas of expertise.
Entrepreneur and designer Ross Johnson has published a nice study of CSS typography on his personal blog. The article reviews ways of creating beautiful type designs using only the capabilities of style sheets, without any images. The CSS code for all examples is provided.
The creation of a mock-up is en essential part of the web design process. An initial, non-interactive visualization of your design will help you to improve on your ideas. Furthermore, mock-ups are an absolute must when working with clients or a larger team. Enter Yahoo's Design Stencil Kit, which makes the process easier by providing a number of ready-made user interface components, meant specifically for the rapid creation of mock-ups.
In a series of nice video visualizations, you can see how your browser draws and orders the different elements of a web page. There are examples for Wikipedia, Google, and Mozilla.org . Click here to view.
We all know that CSS has its quirks, but Eric Meyer, author of Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, has vented some frustration in an extraordinarily long treatise on the
line-height property. It turns out line layout is messed up.