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    PHP Code to Get Alexa Rank and Site Linking

    August 22, 2012
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    Alexa, (an Amazon company), provides traffic data, global traffic rank and other information on websites. It ranks sites based on tracking information of user of its Alexa toolbar. Therefore, only webpages viewed by those with toolbar installed are counted, which makes the data biased. Furthermore, accuracy of low traffic websites may be questionable. Nevertheless, many advertisers and brokers use your Alexa rankings to approve or advertise on your website. Recommended for you: My Top 5 ...

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    Suck At Coding? Use Website Builder to Create a Website

    August 9, 2012
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    Building a website takes a lot of time and experience. It is much more than a simple blog you create with your friends. If you need to have merchant services to receive payments from customers, or need your site to be interactive, consider using a website builder. You can purchase the software or use your host company’s program or template. It will make things a lot easier. Even not, if your company doesn’t have any ...

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    Do Website Loading Speed Matters For SEO & Usability?

    June 15, 2012
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    As you have noticed the heading of this article is also a question and the answer is Yes, Website loading Speed do matter. Faster loading of pages means more visits on your site and better SEO ranking in search engines. So, it’s really important for no matter new or experienced blogger to keep his website page load time as low as possible. According to stats 47% of consumers expect a web page to load in ...

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    How To Make a User Friendly Website/Blog

    June 13, 2012
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    Blogging is not just about writing great stuff and optimizing it for SEO etc . Blogging has a much more “Community” feel to it and hence requires you, the blogger, to make sure that your community is happy with your blog. People, regular readers are the heart of any blog, without them it is like Christmas without Santa, and it’s a role of a Blogger, to convert one time traffic into regular readers. No doubt, ...

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    Web Design And Development – Which Role Do You Play?

    April 26, 2012
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    Web design and development is a diverse field which requires many skilled professionals for performing variety of activities. There are a number of tasks to be accomplished before a website is launched successfully in the market. If you have ever been a part of any web project, you may easily understand the nature and variety of jobs of this industry. Many professionals like Information Architect, Project Manager, Account Manager, Coder, Copywriter, Designer, Tester etc work together ...

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    How to Resize A Batch of Photos in Adobe Photoshop

    October 7, 2011
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    Adobe Photoshop is a guru of all photo editing applications out there. It’s something everyone’s got to agree with. Some people say, with Adobe Photoshop, you are only limited to your imagination. You never know a manipulation of what and what will result in what. The wonderful tools are bundled with Adobe Photoshop waiting for you to use them and create outstanding graphics, effects for photos and whatnot. Just because it’s a great professional application ...

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    How to Auto Add Icons To Links Based On File Type Using CSS

    September 9, 2011
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    Interesting title… Isn’t it? Well, in this article, I’ll guide you through a tutorial wherein you’ll add few blocks of code/CSS that shall automatically add icons next to your links based on the type of file that is linked to (For example – .pdf, .txt, etc…). The catch here is that, we’ll be using pure CSS to achieve this – no javascript, no jquery. Still confused about the article? Then, have a look at the ...

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    Top 5 Community sites for Web Designers

    September 1, 2011
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    Apart from typing HTML, CSS and JavaScript codes, a web designer needs to do a lot of other things like reading magazines and blogs to keep up to date with the latest trends, check out other websites for some inspiration and also read the news to know about what’s happening in the design industry. Well, one can find hundreds of blogs and websites related to web designing. But, I always feel that it is better ...

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