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5 Things Web Designers Need To Think About

By Keith on July 03, 2012

Every web designer should follow a list of principles to make sure that sites they make for their clients are effective and top-notch.   1. Ease of use Will somebody who is not familiar with websites or computers be able to navigate the website without any problems at all? Make sure all users are able […]

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6 Reasons Why Your Business Website Isn’t Working

By Keith on June 26, 2012

So your business website isn’t doing as well as you think it should. Time to give up? Why not try diagnosing the problem and fixing it? Could it be because your site has a fixable issue? Could it be visitors are having a hard time finding how to contact you? Maybe there is something on […]

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Open link in new window using WordPress menu editor

By Keith on May 22, 2012

This is a simple little tip to give a link in a WordPress menu a “target” element in the WordPress menu editor. While on the Menus page (under Appearance section) in the WordPress admin section, click the Screen Options button at the top right of the screen. Click the Link Target checkbox. Now you can […]

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Why it is important for GPS to Correct Google Maps and Driving Directions as a Local Search Ranking Factor?

By Keith on February 03, 2012

Local search is more or less similar to web search. Google’s Street View cars follow somewhat similar technology that is followed by web crawler Googlebot. Google Maps collect addresses for associating destinations with government offices, parks, landmark buildings and businesses. Signals for local search ranking Google has disclosed that it uses three types of signals […]

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How to Use Social Networks for Rankings in a Roundabout Way

By Keith on January 30, 2012

Social media optimization is never straightforward. That’s the whole point. You are trying to get your core audience to do your ranking work for you – rather than paying link farms to stuff your site full of inbound links from heaven knows where, you get genuine, solid referrals from actual humans, plus loads of chatter […]

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Why Apple decided to unveil the e-book creation tools?

By Keith on January 26, 2012

Apple Inc has sent out invites to media outlets last week and asked them to join for an education announcement in the Big Apple on Thursday, 19 January 2012. While Apple did not disclose the details of the subject, sources close to Apple believe that the company is going to unveil new tools that can […]

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Video Photoshop Tutorial: Wrap a string of X-Mas lights around an object

By Keith on December 05, 2011

This post is a video tutorial that will show you how to wrap Christmas light bulbs around something in Photoshop. This video tutorial goes along with with my previous text-based Photoshop tutorial: How to create Christmas text wrapped in a string of light bulbs in Photoshop

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Video Photoshop Tutorial: Make a X-Mas Light Bulb

By Keith on November 22, 2011

Below is a video that will show you how to create a X-Mas Light Bulb in Photoshop. This video tutorial goes along with with my previous text-based Photoshop tutorial: Christmas Lights Photoshop Tutorial.

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How to create Christmas text wrapped in a string of light bulbs in Photoshop

By Keith on November 15, 2011

This tutorial is going to stem off of my last Christmas Photoshop tutorial which showed you how to create a light bulb in photoshop. My main focus for making this tutorial was to show you how to wrap an object with Christmas bulbs, but while I was thinking of a object to wrap the lights […]

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Christmas Lights Photoshop Tutorial

By Keith on November 09, 2011

I am going to show you how to create some Christmas lights in Photoshop in this free tutorial. You can use this design to make a Christmas card, holiday wallpaper, or use it to make something unique of your own. Check out the video tutorial if you get stuck or would like to follow along. […]

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Auto-Resize WordPress Featured Image and Crop if Necessary

By Keith on November 01, 2011

If you are creating a WordPress site for a user, you want to make sure everything is as easy as possible for them. One trick that can make things easier is to have images automatically resize when they are used for a featured image in WordPress. Resizing images may be easy for developers and graphic […]

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Forms – Web Developer Toolbar Series Part 4

By Keith on October 25, 2011

This is the fourth installment on my series of posts on the Web Developer Toolbar. This post focuses on the forms series of tools. If you do any work with forms in your website endeavors you will find this section of the toolbar very useful. I must admit that I have been working with forms […]

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