ArchivesCategory: Web Development

28Apr

So you need to change a link or text on your WordPress blog that repeats across many articles, pages or posts? No problem, follow my simple instructions to find text or html and replace or delete. First be sure to backup your database! Open your Cpanel by logging into www.yourdomain.com/cpanel The username/password is normally the […]Continue Reading

25Apr

We have been receiving many questions from clients about HTML 5, folks asking “I need my site to be compatible with HTML 5” or “is my site going to work when HTML 5 is released?” etc etc. First off, any software upgrade is almost always going to be backwards compatible. So in web software if […]Continue Reading

20Oct

Venn diagrams normally consist of overlapping circles. For instance, in a two-set Venn diagram, one circle may represent the group of all wooden objects (or web designer), while another circle may represent the set of all tables (maui). The overlapping area (intersection) would then represent the set of all wooden tables (or maui web designers). […]Continue Reading

13Aug

Ecommerce projects can sometimes be very challenging and often complicated and tedious. We are always looking at ways we can cut down on all that and create successful projects, so staying up to date on software takes up a lot of time. I am happy that we have been able to streamline our CMS sites […]Continue Reading

21Nov

Another great article by Jakob Nielsen and a must read for those of you working or planning a new website. Aspects of Design Quality Summary: Usability scores for 51 websites shows some correlation between navigation, content, and feature quality, but no connections to other usability areas. Some user interfaces are good, some are bad; we […]Continue Reading

13Nov

by Jakob Nielsen useit.com. Summary: A company’s homepage is its face to the world and the starting point for most user visits. Improving your homepage multiplies the entire website’s business value, so following key guidelines for homepage usability is well worth the investment.Homepages are the most valuable real estate in the world. Each year, companies […]Continue Reading

23Oct

Utilities are things that help you use a page, such as Shopping Cart, Site Map, Login, Bookmark and so on. This is not the same as your navigation, sub navigation or call to action items. There good to have, try to set them apart. Example, top left above logo at http://gokihei.orgContinue Reading

14Oct

Outsourcing — the practice of using outside firms to handle work normally performed within a company — is a familiar concept to many entrepreneurs. Small companies routinely outsource their payroll processing, accounting, distribution, and many other important functions — often because they have no other choice. Many large companies turn to outsourcing to cut costs. […]Continue Reading

12Aug

This is a great article we’ve uncovered, by WebMastersinc.com. If your website doesn’t stand out and do a heck of a lot of things right, then chances are it’s going to crash and burn. We’ve even included notes and resources for nearly every item on the checklist (just to make your life easier). The Sections […]Continue Reading

07Aug

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