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Importance of HTML and CSS in Web Designing

Trying to create a website? We can all just learn to use Dreamweaver and we are good to go, aren’t we?

This is a common misconception that is put in the brains of many prospective website designers, but hear this loud and clear: to be able to design genuine websites, you need to have a good grasp of HTML and CSS coding languages. WYSIWYG web builders like Dreamweaver and CoffeeCup are great but have many limitations.

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The True Cost of Free Website Themes

Do you own a website or plan to create one? Do you have the money to spend to hire a professional designer to create a custom theme for you or purchase a premium website theme? For many beginner webmasters, free themes are often the only path to go at the beginning. But many ‘free’ things […]

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How to Tell if Your Website is Outdated

Many consumers are now using the internet to make purchases, get information, and get in contact with your business. If they’re searching for a product or service, where will they look? There’s a good chance they’re skip the yellow pages and use the far more powerful internet. When they land on your webpage, what will […]

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Speed Up Your Website Loading Time

Do you own a website or blog? How fast does it load? Do you think that your site’s speed may be affecting the number of visitors you get? It just might. You may have been aware that Google has recently announced that a site’s performance will now be calculated into the Page Rank formula in […]

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The True Meaning of Unlimited Web Hosting

If you ever visited the websites or seen the ads for the top rated shared web hosts, you would have noticed most of them advertise ‘Unlimited Disk Space’ and ‘Unlimited Bandwidth’ along with Unlimited everything else also. This is a very common marketing tactic and can be slightly misleading. Unlimited Disk Space and Bandwidth are […]

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