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Design A Site That Works As Good As It Looks

This is part of the Total Usability Series that was originally published in 2007. A decade later, usability is more important than ever, so we are revisiting this series and updating all […]

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Say No to HTML Tables and Yes to CSS

Are you still using HTML tables to format your content layout on your website? Yeah, me too, and I hate myself for it. Truth is, I’m just too lazy to […]

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Putting SEO Frosting on a Website Dung Pile

A little over a year ago I wrote an article about how sometimes you have to break a website in order to fix it. This isn’t always the case in […]

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Is Your Website FUBAR in the "Other" Browser?

When making changes to my website I always take the time to view them live on the web before closing up my editing software and patting myself on the back […]

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Website Architecture Questions Answered, Part IV

During my webinar last month I received a lot of questions both before and during my presentation on website architecture. I’m trying to answer a handful of questions each week […]

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Team Reading List 4.28.08

28 Tips To Make You a StumbleUpon Superstar 3 Reasons Your Visitors Don’t Convert to Leads 5 Steps in Building an Online Community Top 7 CSS Tricks for Better SEO […]

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Review: The CSS Anthology

The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks Author: Rachel Andrew Paperback: 400 pages Cost: $26.37 Published: August, 2007 I’ve never claimed to be a programmer but working in […]

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