The scariest part of web design, at least from a clients perspective is the content. Lets face it, the client knows that you are going to handle all the coding, hopefully the graphics, and maybe throw in a logo for their business. But when it comes to the content, or text, they know they are [...]View Post
Alt tag refers to the text that is associated with an image. This originated from when web browsers were not universally available as “Graphical Browsers” so the “Alt text” was a description used to describe the image. Now adays it is also used in the “mouseover” text popup that appears when you move your mouse [...]View Post alt tag, Browsers, Graphical, Graphical Browsers, graphical image
Special HTML tags containing instructions for spiders or a user’s browser. Many tags are available, specifying everything from copyright information to page refresh dates. In search engine marketing and search engine optimization, the most widely used meta tags contain the description, keywords, redirection instructions and instructions for robots. A meta tag basically tells a search [...]View Post caption, element, engine, information, meta element
Contains keywords for the page, which a search engine may consider at its discretion. Because this tag is often abused, many search engines ignore it This is a properly laid out meta keywords tag. Notice it is contained in the <head> </head> section of the HTML Elements. <head> <title>Welcome To My website!</title> <meta name=”description” content=”All [...]View Post Contains, engine, meta description tag, Meta Keywords Tag, meta tag
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