Archive for the 'The Web' Category

Why CSS?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. It has quickly become the preferred method of styling websites of all forms. CSS is all about the style and not the content itself. CSS popularity stems from it’s ease when styling the layout and look of multiple pages. Simply changing the CSS file means the changes appear across [...]

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Password protected areas give a stronger sense of security to those using that area as well as protecting your contents. It allows only members to see and participate in areas of your site. It protects buyers when making purchases. It keeps content away from prying eyes while allowing others to see what you are working [...]

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Many artists are finding it advantageous to have a web site to use as a digital portfolio. But at the same time are leery about how to post their images in order to protect their artwork and copyrights. Here are a few things you can do as an artist to protect your art images on-line. [...]

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robots.txt & Plain Text Editors

Plain text editors Plain text editors are necessary when working with certain file types like robot.txt, CSS and .htaccess files. You cannot have any extraneous formatting in such files or it will corrupt the file and cause it not to work online. The good news is that you can get wonderful plain text editors for [...]

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Site? Shop? Or Blog?

Site? Shop? Or Blog?  By Jennifer Walling It can be confusing to figure out what sort of site you want on the net, when there are so many different types of sites. How about we look at a few and learn about what they are and how they and can be used. A regular website [...]

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