Articles categorized as "design"

The state auctioneers association website solution

State associations should take control of their websites and use WordPress with a few third-party services to serve the public and the membership. Continue reading

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QR codes kill kittens

A comical take by Scott Stratten on the frequency with which QR codes are misused. Continue reading

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Subdomains and multiple web hosts

Aaron writes about subdomains, explaining how they work and how they can be used to properly brand multiple web hosts with the same domain. Included in this post is a real-world example of a website distributed among three web hosts that uses subdomains to create a seamless user experience on one website. Continue reading

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Brand your blog

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Internet branding

This week, we’ve examined domain names and email addresses as they relate to your brand. In today’s third installation of our Internet branding series, we’re going to take a look at your weblog. The same concepts that apply to your … Continue reading

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The end of the sitemap as we know it

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series All things must end

Back in the days of the FAQ and the image map (remember when you would hover your mouse over a picture and different parts of the graphic would link to different pages?), web designers used a website element known as … Continue reading

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