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Post Posted: June 25th, 2008, 1:40 pm

I prefer transitional as it gives more flexibility on content but it's only a small point.
Have you seen the standard CSS grid structures. Google and Yahoo have examples but there are several others. Just search Google.

Post Posted: June 7th, 2008, 3:50 pm

Alternately you don't need to use PHP or ASP for file includes. They work with .shtml as well. Although you may need to get your host to add this page type to work on your domain. Also All good WYSIWYG editors and CMS systems should allow you use templates and add these once into the template. That ...

Post Posted: April 14th, 2008, 12:33 pm

Designing templates and giving them away for free provided the user retains the designed by link is a good way. Especially if you already have the designs from sites that are no longer used for example. You can also get free website builders that build one way backlinks into every site for the perso...

Post Posted: April 1st, 2008, 1:52 pm

The most important thing about any website is the content so to build the best websites you don't need to know any coding. Just use a cms. OK if you want to make online art then you need to code but usability is all about consistency and simplicity so most cms systems now just apply templates to the...

Post Posted: October 1st, 2007, 8:59 am

Or embed a blog in the page. Just a basic template with no menus and call it with a sever side include.
You could also use http://www.straight2web.net to do that which is PC based but has a automatic upload system.

Post Posted: July 22nd, 2007, 2:51 pm

Two issues here. Content and design. Both need to be split completely. Design is controlled by the CSS files. change this and all of the site looks different. The links are in the content. Add new pages and you need new links. With 30 pages you should be using a CMS system and this is taken care of ...

Post Posted: July 22nd, 2007, 2:44 pm

php need a linux server. You can use the .shtml extension on linux or windows although you sometimes need to make sure your host activates this extension. With .shtml you can also call includes (!--#include file="filename.htm" --) as above I think but within the right type of brackets

Post Posted: May 27th, 2007, 1:38 pm

I always find it's good to baffle them with science if they ask for stupid things. In this case you might be able to use the old, Oh it needs to comply with the new accessibility standards etc etc that's why we've changed it. This usibility and SEO are generally the reasons why we need to change it ...

Post Posted: May 6th, 2007, 7:34 am

it's actually designing something that works and looks good I didn't mean you should make things look bad. But over-design can reduce the performance of a site. To test if a site works well you have to compare the performance with 'good' design and 'boring' design. All of the research I've seen and...

Post Posted: May 6th, 2007, 7:19 am

I like http://www.oswd.org for templates. They're all free but I tend to find there's never anything completely right but it's a nice place for ideas.

Post Posted: May 3rd, 2007, 8:50 am

So what do you think will be the most important changes in the way we will design websites in future? Here’s my opinion in a sort of order of importance. 1. CSS will stay. The browser bugs will go and growing modular libraries will make it quicker. 2. CMS for every site. 100% split of content and de...

Post Posted: April 30th, 2007, 3:00 pm

So what you're both saying is that 'a very young wookie' is like an online CMS. Which I'm sure is true although an old Wookie might think there is more to it. I thought a wiki was something to do with technology behind it. Most CMS solutions have online databases whereas a wiki is more like a blog. ...

Post Posted: April 30th, 2007, 2:37 pm

But check you are aloud to use the old papers.
Copyright will remain with the people who wrote the papers and I'm sure they won't be very happy if you make money or even give them away for free from your site.

Post Posted: April 30th, 2007, 2:27 pm

Don't use tables though unless you have to. They have to load all of their content before they display anything. CSS is better and the more simply you can code your page the better. Be careful with some of the online CMS solutions as well because these can slow things down particularly if you have s...

Post Posted: April 23rd, 2007, 9:17 am

A and B. They can recognise know forum software and search to find it. They spider all pages and forms. You can change standard page names and form box names but they seem to find their way around. All decent forums have a email responder system built in so just use that. Spammers never use their ow...

Post Posted: April 14th, 2007, 5:50 am

Whatever you do the most important thing is good quality content in a well structured site.
Google can tell good sites because on the way people use and visit them so get that right and you can make money for Adsense rather than spend money on it.

Post Posted: December 3rd, 2006, 4:36 pm

With every wave crest comes a dip and reading some magazines recently they seem to suggest problems for some of the web 2.0 investors. Having said that I'm sure there's still a lot to happen. I started programming games CDs before web took off. The games industry never did embrace the Internet becau...

Post Posted: December 3rd, 2006, 4:10 pm

The industry is moving towards instant solutions. Cross browser issues with CSS and accessibility mean that it is difficult to create good quality sites without much html/CSS experience, and why bother to learn when you can get a perfect, complete website by just typing in your content. There are ma...

Post Posted: November 27th, 2006, 11:32 am

There are quite a few free, instant website solutions these days.
Blogging is a one option but there are several other PC based programs where you just type in your content and push a button.
Our http://www.straight2web.net software gives you 5 pages for free or just search the shareware sites.

Post Posted: November 27th, 2006, 11:25 am

Try not to use large images is the answer. Break them into center and edges and let them float with the window size if you can. Many people don't have their browsers set to full screen so they will never see it anyway. You should be able to position it quite easility as there are lots of I'd recomme...

Post Posted: November 27th, 2006, 11:19 am

Can't help with the CSS I'm afraid but here's some more compliant code for your Flash. The picture will display if the flash doesn't . <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="movies/str2webdemo.swf" width="280" height="230"> <param name=&qu...
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