Many web sites on the Internet today still use tables for lay out. It is time to educate web developers and companies about why using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is better. Tables were never intended for web page layout. Rather, the HTML table was designed for presenting tabular data. There are many insidious but huge […]
Web Development Posts
TBH Creative was hired by the Morales Group, Inc. to seamlessly integrate third party software for a robust Job Center to their current web site. TBH Creative assisted with many additional tasks throughout the project to help the company with their online presence including: re-coding the pages to remove the table based code with clean, […]
Web site navigation is unmistakeably one of the most important elements on your web site and will likely influence the success of your site and your user’s experience. According to Web usability expert, Jakob Nielsen, a good navigation system should answer three questions: Where am I? Where have I been? Where can I go? ____________________ […]
A Content Management System (CMS) is a “back-door” tool that enables non-technical administrators (or staff) to maintain, add, and update information on their web site. The systems vary, but they ultimately give clients control to make web updates without the assistance of a web master. A common drawback of a CMS is keeping the web […]
A colleague of mine told me about the Litmus application a few months ago. It is an application to help make browser compatibility testing for web sites easier. I just came across his note again and am looking forward to trying it out. Has anyone reading this used the software? What is Litmus? The advanced […]
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