Its always a big task for any web designer to ensure that the website that you have created - actually works and perform and displays the same across a variety of browsers and applications. So without having them all - how is this possible!
Is your website slow? Do the images take a long time to load? Do you get bored waiting for the content to display?
Its a personal bug bear to me - that when I am trying to read a website I am constantly distracted by an advert - that is flashing and catching my eye. If that is your advert - do you think GREAT its catching your eye? Or do we then think - would anyone buy from an advert that annoyed them?
You will probably have used a site that uses a security certificate or SSL (secure sockets layer) - basically anytime that you have paid for something online you will be using a secure website
Now I have a personal issue with some email accounts these are namely hotmail/yahoo/AOL - don't get me wrong when they started it was great that people could get email for free! However nowadays these are often used for/by spammers to attack your systems and avoid detection.
Simple answer is yes - you get what you pay for. There are a few adverts on TV these days that talk about creating and setting up your own website - simply and easily - and for a very low price. Obviously this is not something I want people to do - so obviously I will say its wrong! However instead I will give you my thoughts on these types of services - the pros and cons!
My Top Ten Keyboard shortcuts are a great way to get things done much quicker. Who needs a mouse these days!! So here are some of my top keyboard shortcuts!...
Basically a blog is like an online diary - it allows you to vent/write or just keep in touch with your customers, friends, family and anyone really!
Your new look and brand is key! Whilst I'm not a marketing company I can supply you with smart and fun logo designs that you can choose from. My aim is that you only get the perfect logo - the one you want! We keep going until we get there.
Hosting is like renting space on a computer in the never-never that you then “put” your website files onto – which allows everyone to see it. Again you only ever...