Web Design

What Does a Website Cost?

Photo by Mark Strozier on Flikr One of the most common questions I get as a web designer isĀ  “what will a website cost?” The initial cost of a website is dependent on a number of factors: amount of content type of content functionality (features) of the website Amount of Content A 3-page site will …

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CSS Types: Tags, Classes, IDs

WordPress is a great tool for setting up websites. One of its strong points is not having to know code. But, I have found it is incredibly useful to know something about CSS. For every WordPress site I’ve done, I’ve had to tweak the CSS code at least. In this post, we’ll look at the …

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WordPress: How to Find Images for Your Blog Post

Need to find an image for your blog post? Watch this video to learn how to use Flickr to find images that enhance your post. And, find out about istockphotos. View more WordPress How To Videos. What has been your experience with Flickr or istockphotos? What other services would you recommend?

CSS Menu Generators

Recently, I did a post on CSS Layout Generators. I showed you the CSS Portal website. It has a very good layout generator. In this post let’s look at CSS Menu Generators. CSS Menu Generators do just that. It generates the code (CSS and html) and provides the images for a menu of your choice.

CSS Layout Generator

For those just learning CSS, here is a fantastic tool to help you generate page layouts: CSS Portal. The result is rather generic but it provides a great basis to build on. They offer more than just CSS for page layouts. On the same site, they offer tools to generate your buttons and your menus. …

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Marketing with QR Codes

  I recently did a post explaining QR codes. In this post, let’s look at specific examples of how we can use QR codes to promote our business.

QR Codes

QR Codes are becoming rather commonplace. Let’s discuss what they are and why you might want to use them. QR codes are form of a barcode. The main difference between a ‘normal’ barcode and a QR code is that a QR code is two dimensional – which means it can hold a lot more data. …

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