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.
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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?
The reviewer at Peek said my personal website, Patpourri, is like “a non-celebrity version of Goop.” I’m flattered, I think. It was a good review.
Web design gives flight to imagination. Like broad strokes across a blank canvas, each web page paints a picture.
After 130,000 submissions and millions of votes were cast, teenager Sabrina Brady of Sparta, Wisconsin was named the 2013 U.S. Doodle 4 Google National Winner.