You’ve made that decision that your company wants a web site. So your next task is what to call it. It needs a domain name or url. 1) Use your company name. The simplest idea is to buy a domain name using your company name. This is great if you’re an existing established company. After … Read more 3 ways to pick your domain name.
When designing your website (whether you are doing it yourself or getting someone else to do it for you), it is important to consider who your site is for and what is it’s purpose. I’m guessing the answer will be your site is to attract customers, but who are your customers, and what do they … Read more Who is your site for?
Today I got an email in my junk folder (I always keep an eye as occasionally some good emails do find their way into no-where land) the subject was “Automated Tax Refund”. The email was set up to look like it had come from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) including official headers, logos and the … Read more The Tax Refund that could COST a lot!
Cascading Style Sheets or (CSS) works alongside Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). HTML is the code that tells a browser how to display a web page. Previously in HTML you had to code every row to describe the fonts, backgrounds, positioning etc. CSS allows you to to state how the layout of the site will look, … Read more CSS what is it and do I need it?