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Four C's of Quicker Load Time

by Kimberly Bodane January 22, 2007
Studies have shown that regardless of how great your content may be, you have approximately 8 seconds for your page to load, before a majority of viewers will opt to hit the road. This means you could have a truly content rich, graphically pleasing source of entertainment - but if you can't match it with acceptable load times, it won't matter in many cases.

Are You Content With the Quality of Your Ezine? How to Send HTML-Formatted Emails in Outlook Express

by Dina Giolitto November 17, 2006
How many times has this happened to you: you've been slaving over that email newsletter for hours, perfecting the tables, checking and rechecking the copy, tweaking image files. You're finally ready to send, hooray! You take a deep breath, click... and what happens?

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Web Templates or WYSIWYG Editors for Web Design

by Jaya Kumar Patchala October 23, 2006
A lot of people get tempted by good looking web templates. Some template vendors even offer do-it-yourself kits to their customers.

HTTP Cookies Explained

by Andrew Nielsen August 25, 2006
An HTTP cookie is a small piece data. This data is sent by a web server when a user loads a page and then sent back unchanged to the server every time the user accesses the server. The purpose of this is to allow the server to identify the individual users requesting web pages from the server.

XHTML = BROWSER COMPATIBILE?

by Wicked Innovation July 07, 2006
Using XHTML in coding web pages may as well be one of the fastest growing trends in the web today. In almost every website, mostly personal, that are being published each day, we usually see the words “Valid XHTML” proudly plastered somewhere in their footers or sidebars meaning they have taken their time to conform to the W3C’s (World Wide Web Consortium) coding standards.

BigNoseBird.Com HTML Tricks

Great resource for information on HTML. Lots of examples and FAQ.

ComponentSoftware Diff (CSDiff)

Free visual file difference analysis tool for Windows 95/NT. Use it to analyze what have changed between two revisions of the same file or folder. CSDiff is usually used to analyze program source files, HTML documents and MS-Word documents.

DLM's access panel - gives access to the vast resources at DLM

the access panel is pasted to your page to give you access to the vast resources at Decorating Links Magazine, including all our cool visual tools.

Doctor HTML

Web page examination tool which performs spelling checks, image analysis, hyperlink verification and syntax tests.

Graphic Design Resources

Categories include fonts, cgi, web design guidelines, image collections, image viewers, sound libraries, validation, and web tools.

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