If you want to have a website, you need to sign up with a hosting service. A hosting service provides space on the Internet where your website will live.
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I’m not especially fond of breadcrumbs. I have nothing against them personally and have no problem when people choose to use them, but for my own personal websites I prefer to have highlighted menu items indicating where on the website people are.
Just about every website has a favicon. If your browser supports tabbed document interface, like mine does, you can find the favicon in the tabs next to the web page name.
Recently, I changed hosting services. I had been with my previous host, who shall remain nameless, since 2002. During that time, I had no issues and was completely satisfied with the service. Then, things changed.
Visitors to a website or blog come from all over the world. This is a great way to connect the dots between distances. But what happens if they come and go without so much as a click on that newsletter form that pops up begging them to join?
Beginning April 21, Google is activating a new algorithm that will negatively affect the search ranking of websites that are not mobile-friendly. For me, that means any sites designed before there was such a thing as mobile responsiveness will have to be redesigned. Google has an explanation of what Responsive Web Design is, but because […]