Posts Tagged ‘web’

List of Free Applications for Web Designers and Developers

Posted on December 22, 2012 by

In this article, we present to you some useful applications which will assist in web designing. These free applications are categorized based on their features.

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10 Websites to Download Free Fonts

Posted on August 23, 2012 by

We all now how hard it is to find that perfect font for your graphic design project but whatever your needs you can find a personal use or commercial use font with our handy list of free font websites.

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SEO for Web Developers Part 2

Posted on June 13, 2012 by

Some experts say search only drives 30 percent of a website’s traffic.While that may seem insignificant, that 30 percent often makes up visitors who are looking for the products, services or information specific to your company so losing them could have a significant impact on how well an organization performs.

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Why to prefer Microdata over RDF/RDFa and Microformats?

Posted on May 30, 2012 by

Microdata over RDF/RDFa and Microformats: Standard Rule states that CSS is supposed to have designing or presentation guideline to present the information to readers, whereas HTML should only include semantic or meaning of the information being presented.

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Moving towards Microformats for more Semantic Web

Posted on April 29, 2012 by

There is constant demand to write semantic code for a website for it attaches more meaning to the pages and helps search engines to better understand the web pages. Creating a well structured and semantic mark up is no longer a trouble as Microformats provide the right help.

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Scan for Website Vulnerabilities with WebScarab

Posted on March 9, 2012 by

Web applications remain the largest security risk for any company. The reason is two-fold. First, most software services have moved to a web based environment giving malicious hackers a much larger landscape to attack. Second, most organizations put a majority of their resources, i.e. dollars and manpower, into network and perimeter security leaving the web […]

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15 Useful Tools for Web Designers Per Zero Cost

Posted on January 24, 2012 by

Here is a collection of tools, which from my point of view, are the must have for designers and web-developers. Hope that you may add some of them to your ¨check list¨. These tools may help you to validate the site code, develop websites, optimize the images, work with the text and fonts, track your […]

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Create a Blog with Attitude by Using Google Web Fonts

Posted on January 2, 2012 by

When you create a new blog the content will be what sparks initial interest through searches, and eventually keeps readers coming back for more. However, while it is a very important part of establishing yourself as a useful and entertaining site, it is not the only factor. You won’t be able to keep many of […]

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50 Most Outstanding Free Fonts for Minimal Web Design

Posted on December 9, 2011 by

If you are opting for a minimalist design for your website, typography should be given great emphasis. That is because minimalist design focuses on two elements: white space and typography. Fonts are one of the primary features of typography that makes websites simple and attractive.

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The Best Alternative to Google Reader {Web-Based Applications}

Posted on November 30, 2011 by

There are several reason why most people seeking an alternative to Google Reader, one reason for this might be that the Google reader user interfaces are so dull, boring and maybe a little too simple. But don’t worry, if you want to migrate your Google Reader RSS Feed to the new experience in RSS Feeds […]

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Posted on November 30, 2011 by

Design is an essential element of any website. In today’s competitive environment, where most people can offer similar things, design can become a big differentiator. People love beautiful pages and they may have better confidence in the product and service if the site is well designed.

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Posted on November 29, 2011 by

Those sexy celebrity photos can kill your sleek $2000 laptop in an instant. The laughter you’ve had watching those hilarious videos you got from the email can cost you dearly

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