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Designing an Accessible Web

If you design your pages specifically for one browser it makes it difficult for users of other browsers to view your site. This resource explains how you should design your site so everyone can use it.

DHTML Nirvana

Dynamic HTML tutorials and free DHTML scripts and Flash Tutorials featuring the Nirvana, Jim Dandy, and Pretty Lady interfaces

Disable Smart Tags

Simply, Microsoft will insert links where links were not intended to go, a feature that is, by default, turned off through Office XP and not offered at this time through the newly introduced Windows XP operating system.

Emotional Colors of the Web

by William Nabaza
In many ways the web is the ultimate medium. It lets you communicate with anyone anywhere at anytime. We can really and safely say that the web can be the fourth medium after print, radio and television.

Frequently Asked Web Design Questions

by Shelley Lowery
If you're just starting out on the Internet, learning how to market your web site and products is an essential part of your success. However, this is an area in which many new Internet entrepreneurs struggle. After receiving the same questions numerous times, I have devised a list of the most frequently asked Internet marketing questions.

Improve Your Web Site Design with a Fancy Font

by Herman Drost
Have you ever tried to design your web site with a beautifully selected font, only to realize that most folks don't have it installed on their computer?

Internet Brothers: Helpware for the Cybercommunity

Offers free tips and tutorials for the web newcomer about HTML and DHTML, graphics editing, page layout and design, digital photography, desktop publishing, and site promotion. Presented often with humor and always with examples.

Join Up With The Best

by Bob McElwain
If you can identify great sites compatible with yours in some way, consider building a serious relationship with them.

Layout and Structure

Picking up where we left off... Effective alignment of text and graphics present a familiar appearance to the eye and make reading text content online much easier.

Making Good Use of Flash: When You Should and Shouldn't Use It!

by Josh Barinstein
If you are considering Flash for your Web site production, there are reasons why you would and would not want to tap into this great technology.

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