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CSS in Flash: the Return of Crisp and Legible Fonts

A typical challenge faced by Flash developers like me is getting fonts to look like you want them to.

Google Desktop Slams Door On IE Flaw

While users of Internet Explorer still have to be concerned about CSS exploits affecting a newly-discovered problem with the browser, Google Desktop is no longer open to attacks via that flaw.

Google’s Jagger Update – Dust Begins to Settle?
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What happened? Webmaster’s, site owners, online businesses and SEO companies everywhere have been desperately trying to decipher the fallout from the longest and most grueling algorithm update in the history of the Internet.

Creating Rollover Effects Using CSS List Menus
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Ever seen those fancy links where they change their appearance as soon as you place your mouse cursor on them?

W3C Compliance & SEO

From reading the title many of you are probably wondering what W3C compliance has to do with SEO and many more are probably wondering what W3C compliance is at all.

SEO Benefits Of CSS

This article is most useful if you are somewhat familiar with HTML and CSS. I explain the concepts well enough that you do not have to be an expert, but I want to provide material that will introduce you to more advanced design in ways you can understand.

Why Your Site Should be Developed with CSS and Semantic Markup

One thing that I have learned in over a decade developing web sites is that the Net is continually changing, and to keep up you need to change with it.

Using External Coding To Improve Search Engine Placement

Do you have lots of JavaScript coding in the header section of your web pages? Do you re-list your CSS styles at the top of every page? Do you have JavaScript coding spread throughout your web pages? If you answered yes to any of these questions your site may be driving away search engine spiders and losing search engine position ranking.

Web Standards in the Real World: An Interview with Molly Holzschlag

Molly E. Holzschlag is a recognized expert in the area of Web Design, deemed one of the Top 25 Most Influential Women on the Web.

CSS Branding Article Reader Feedback

Not too long ago I put up a post about my personal [possibly OCD] tendancy to prejudge a company based on whether or not they used CSS as the foundation for their html markup.

7 Compelling Reasons to Start Using CSS for your Website

If you haven’t heard of CSS, it’s short for Cascading Style Sheets. I’m not going to go through what it is. There are many free articles and resources about CSS out there in the wild wild web.

Accessibility Branding Strategy

Lately I’ve been thinking about css based layouts and how everyone and their brother are jumping on the css bandwagon.

Developing Your Site For Performance : Markup/CSS Optimization

This is the second part of a five part article. Read part 1 here.

CSS and Photoshop Blogs from Weblogs Inc.

Weblogs, Inc. launched their 58th and 59th Weblogs-”The CSS Weblog” with James Jackson and “The Unofficial Photoshop Weblog” with Glenn Hauman.

CSS – Cascading Style Sheet

CSS is a simple file which controls the visual appearance of a Web page without compromising its structure. Using CSS we can control our font size, font color, link color and many other attributes on our web page. This will make our HTML code much more readable and the page size will be reduced.

CSS – Maximum benefits

CSS is a simple file which controls the visual appearance of a Web page without compromising its structure. Using CSS we can control our font size, font color, link color and many other attributes on our web page.

Why a CSS Website Layout Will Make You Money

Although CSS layouts have been around for years, they haven’t become so commonplace until recently.

CSS a Great Optimization Tool
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What is CSS? CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is a webdesign language that is used to increase the look and feel of your website. It can be of great use when you are optimizing your website for search engines. Search Engines go through your website as fast as they can. So usually its better to have less code and more content. CSS allows you to use simple tags in your code and have high effects.

Risky Tactics That Lure Search Bots Into Your Site

If you’ve got one or a few pages in Yahoo’s index but are having trouble getting more pages indexed one thing that might work is putting links to your deeper, unindexed pages high in the code of the pages that are indexed.

Beginners guide to CSS

Cascading Style Sheets standards have been around for a long time, but many site owners are still a little scared by the term. It really isn’t all that complex.

Cascading Stylesheets – CSS – tutorial

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standards were originally introduced in 1996, but like so many technologies introduced by the W3C, the way the information was presented confused many non-geeks. Consequently, even 8 years later, many webmasters still haven’t taken advantage of this *huge* time-saving technology.