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Any web designer or developer will tell you that they have to know a slew of coding languages ​​just to make ends meet. Different clients require different web sites which, in turn, require different sets of codes and standards. A basic page will be run with HTML (hyper text markup language) and CSS (Cascading style sheets) only. A more...

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An ASP.NET shopping cart is a software device that allows the users to browse the inventory of an online store and select the items for purchase. Upon implementation the shopping, the shopping cart directs the user to a billing page where the dealings are carried out in a secure way. ASP.NET shopping cart also has the provision to modify the cart, i.e., to add or...

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The Flash vs HTML war has recently intensified with Apple's release of the revolutionary iPad. Adobe has been working on their Creative Suite 5 to make it easier for developers to create Flash and AIR apps that are compatible with the software running the iPod and iPad. In the mean time, Apple was developing iPhone OS 4, which will run on current iPod Touch, iPhone...

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The best way to define a website is by saying that 'it is the figments of imagination of the website designer who creates the site by bringing his ideas into reality and by incorporating them with some of the functionalities to make it user and search engine friendly. The process of web designing is basically an artistic and creative process but when...

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When creating a new website or redesigning an existing site, there are four critical rules which the designer should follow to make the site effective and functional - and successful. 1. Easy to Read When building a website, the first thing you need to be sure of is that your website is easy to read. When you write...

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So, you are finally done building your website, and you have done a mighty fine job. You are proud of your accomplishments. One of the keys to website success is to make sure your website always has fresh useful content. Never leave your visitors without new content. Make sure you update your website every month or two. You...

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As more and more consumers are turning to the internet to research local buying opportunities, small, locally-based businesses without an internet presence are really losing out on one of the most cost-efficient, effective forms of advertising for their business. Even entrepreneur.com published a lenghty article discussing why every small business needs a website. The old way of thinking that you...

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