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Does Your Website Comply With Legal Accessibility Requirements?

Getting your website accessible to everybody can be a tricky and demanding job. The WAI and W3C Web Guideline consortiums along with the UK’s Disability Discrimination Act (which was revised in 2005 specifically to include websites) provide a strict set of guidelines. When creating the new guidelines in 2005, it also became a legal requirement […]

Balloon Decor Secrets

By Linda Bustos Many small business Balloon Decor Secrets owners have a hard time seeing the value of a website redesign. They believe “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” And this is understandable. Unless you are eating, breathing and sleeping technology and staying up to date with the moving target of Internet business, you’re […]

Eight Simple Steps For Enhancing Your Website

By Alden Smith and published in SiteProNews To be successful with your online business, whether you are selling your own product, services or are selling for other merchants as an affïliate, you need a Web site that focuses on that subject alone. The site must be easy to build, maintenance-free, low cost, credible, and a […]

W3C Compliance And SEO

Written by Dave Davies for ISEDB.com From reading the title many of you are probably wondering what W3C compliance has to do with SEO and many more are probably wondering what W3C compliance is at all. Let’s begin by shedding some light on the latter. What Is W3C Compliance? The W3C is the World Wide […]

The 10 Best Resources for CSS

If you have been paying attention, you certainly have noticed an increasing number of websites that are employing CSS and an increasing number of resources talking about how great CSS is. If you have not yet jumped on the CSS bandwagon, you may want to consider doing so immediately. CSS has many different benefits for […]