Changing Web Hosts Made Easy

February 21st, 2015
If you are intending on moving your web hosting it is advised you start the procedure a couple of days before your existing plan ends. This will certainly help you avoid any type of downtime and also keep your web site online throughout the conversion. The initial thing to do, after you have actually determined a brand-new host, is develop a backup Read The Post [...]

Is Your Business Website a Deterrent to Sales?

January 30th, 2015
By Chris Ford Is your business website user friendly? Does your website scare away potential customers? Is your business website a deterrent to sales? As a business owner, do you skimp on the budget when it comes to your online business? I have a colleague that is a general manager of a prestiged automobile business. I'm not gonna give too much Read The Post [...]

Seven Simple Steps For Choosing A Great Web Host

July 27th, 2014
There are thousands of web hosts around today with thousands of plans to choose from making what was once a simple procedure seem like a daunting task for both newbie and pro alike. Whether you're looking for your first host or looking to move on to a better one there are 7 simple steps you must follow to succeed in choosing a great host. 1. Platform The Read The Post [...]

Six Important Guidelines in Website Design and Hosting

July 27th, 2014
When it comes to your website, extra attention should be paid to every small detail to make sure it performs optimally to serve its purpose. Here are six important rules of thumb to observe to make sure your website performs well. 1) Do not use splash pages Splash pages are the first pages you see when you arrive at a website. They normally have Read The Post [...]

Seven Essentials of Moving to a New Hosting Provider

July 22nd, 2014
When a site has outgrown its web host or when a web host does not keep its promises, moving web hosts becomes imperative. If a web host fails to provide much needed expansion requirements or technical support you need to upgrade to one that can meet your growth needs. The first step is to ensure that you have all legal documents and contracts with Read The Post [...]

Three Options For Hosting Multiple Websites

July 22nd, 2014
By Daniel Lotts The prices of domain name registration and web hosting have dropped to the point that it's possible to own multiple websites without going broke. If you plan to operate multiple websites, here is some information on the different options available to you. The first thing to consider when setting up multiple websites is whether Read The Post [...]

Indesign Page Numbering

July 15th, 2014
By Tom Gillan Page numbering in Adobe Indesign is an automated feature, straight-forward and integral to the creation of multi-page documents. We show you how in our Adobe Indesign courses. In a new document double-click on the A-Master in the Pages panel to enter the master page layout. Note that you have a left and right hand page to the double-page Read The Post [...]

Indesign Text Wrap

June 17th, 2014
By Tom Gillan Text Wrap in Adobe Indesign is an automated feature, straight-forward to use and integral to the creation of great layout design. We show you how in our Adobe Indesign courses. To see how Text Wrap works, first create a new document. Then create some Placeholder text by selecting the Type tool and creating a large text box to fill Read The Post [...]

Easy Ways To Improve Your Web Design

May 24th, 2014
By Wendy Miller You want to gain more knowledge about web design but your time is valuable and you may find it difficult to spend time reading up on it. Use this set of tips in order to quickly and efficiently learn some great knowledge that has to do with web design and how to use it for success. Avoid trying to add every new gadget to your website. Read The Post [...]

The Advantages of Multilingual Websites

May 4th, 2014
By Gabriele Monti If your business doesn't have a multilingual website you may be letting credible sales pass you by. The fact that the world went global after the advent of the internet means that your business isn't talking to people who are geographically close to you; it is talking to the world and you will do a much better job of it if you construct Read The Post [...]