Getting Started with Google Web Fonts
Readability of a Website depends on the quality of it’s design and appearance and it really does matter what font you choose to achieve this. Google Web Fonts provides you a free way to use web safe and stylish fonts on your Website, without worrying about uploading fonts to your server and licenses.
Do I Really Need a Website?
So should your business have a Website, even if your business is small and sells products or services you don’t think can be sold online? YES! If you have a business, you should have a Website. Period. No question. Without a doubt.
Also, don’t be so quick to dismiss your product as
It seems like almost every Website or blog you visit has a RSS feed. They have been around for years and the buzz is up about them as the technology continues to go mainstream.
So does your Website need a RSS feed? This question is somewhat like asking if your Website needs a newsletter. Once you realize the
Robots Meta Tag
The robots tag along with the robots.txt file is used to tell robots not to index the content of a page or directory, and/or not to scan a page for links to follow. This is called The Robots Exclusion Protocol. You will want to include the robots on every page of your Website since robots
Browser Size Screen Resolution
Understanding browser and screen resolutions is important when doing Web design. You should design Web sites for the LOWEST resolution and the most COMMON resolution; with the end design still looking good for those that are using much larger screen resolutions.
In 1995, 640×480 resolution monitors were about the best you could get without going broke. In 2004, 640×480 resolution