Category Archives: General
By Andrew | Published: July 6, 2010
When creating websites some features sound like a great idea but in reality they only detract visitors. Even though the <blink> tag is gone (thank goodness!) there are many other equally annoying “features” that people often use, but shouldn’t. Here’s a list of these features you should avoid.
By Andrew | Published: June 28, 2010
When developing sites or projects, it helps to have an organized folder structure so that you can go back and find files easier, as well as have others easily understand how the website’s code works. We’ll also retain files in most of the commonly used folders so that every time you make a new site, [...]
By Andrew | Published: June 21, 2010
Creating websites is a complicated process and many coders can develop bad practices while creating them. Here’s 5 things not to do while web coding.
By Andrew | Published: June 5, 2010
There are some things that I find myself doing after every new site I make. Here’s a list of the top 10 things to do after you make a new website.
By Andrew | Published: June 1, 2010
Web coding can be quite tricky at times, figuring out how you want your website to look and where your visitors are coming from. Here’s a compilation of the most helpful free tools on the web to make your website better.