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101 Five-Minute Fixes to Incrementally Improve Your Web Site

A webmaster's work is never done. What may have worked a few years ago when could be outdated today, so it's important to constantly improve your Web site.

css tinderbox

CSS lesson for the day.

site preparation

Once you have reviewed and considered the getting started section you are ready for site development. Site preparation is an essential part in the web development process. This is where YOU develop the content for YOUR site.

site publishing

Site publishing is the nice part. If you have completed the steps from getting started and collected the materials needed from preparing your site, publishing your site should be a breeze.

getting started

Whether you chooose the niceguy system or notsoniceguy system, you will need to understand the process of getting started. Here are a few tips to help you along the way:

30 Websites to follow if you’re into Web Development


I’ve made it a goal to learn at least one useful thing each day so that I can stay sharp and well-versed on the topic of web development and design. To that end, here’s some of the websites I keep track of to find new techniques, resources, and news about building websites.

evolving client content

“Content management systems are only as good as the content they manage. Garrity explores the care and feeding of low-budget clients who need high-quality content.”

Web Designer Cheat Sheets

Cheat sheets (also known as reference cards, reference sheets, etc.) not only helps you remember things quickly, but can also serve as wall decoration for your workspace.

As the Lines Blur, Digital Agencies Are Taking Lead

Agency-of-Record Status Can Go to Anyone;  Just Ask Tribal or TequilaBy Rupal Parekh and Abbey Klaassen Published:

REPOSTED from October 27, 2008  NEW YORK ( --
Digital agencies are not only being invited to pitch brands as agencies of record -- increasingly, they're winning.

7 Lessons I Learned in 2007

I wanted to take some time to look back on this year and truly reflect on what I learned and remind myself of what I felt was important...