In a previous article about fonts and web standards, we discussed the problems designers face with fonts on the web and some various solutions. Today’s article brings an update to the field in the form of a few new contenders on the web-font battlefield.
Archive for the ‘Web Standards’ Category
At Pro Web, we receive a ton of photos every week – many of them to be integrated into client websites. Sometimes we have to throw out a lot of potentially good photographs because they are not “fit” for the website. What usually causes this is incorrect layout – an easily avoidable mistake.
There are a few easy steps you can take to make sure your photos are appropriate for the web. (more…)
When it comes to building sites some people are still using tables to create their layouts. While these still may work they are outdated and can look unprofessional. This is where CSS and Divs come in. Not only are they the new and latest design technique but they also can give your site a superior look. Some other benefits to using CSS and Divs include faster load times, cross-browser compatibility, lower hosting costs, less time spent, consistency maintained, easier for SEO, etc.
As an expert in CSS and XHTML, I am sometimes irked by having to work with or modify sites that have been coded in years past by developers other than myself. More often than not, they do not adhere to the acceptable web standards that make editing others code much easier. There are a few simple things you can do to make your XHTML much more digestible, and even more search engine friendly! (more…)