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Using the ALT and TITLE Attributes Properly

Posted on April 16, 2015

Web designers have two main ways to add descriptive text to page elements – the ALT attribute and the TITLE attribute. There is often some confusion about how these two attributes work, for they seem to work in similar ways. In reality, they have different purposes, so knowing what those differences are is important in Continue Reading »

Hansel and Gretel Would be Great Web Designers

Posted on April 16, 2015

In the Brothers Grimm fairytale, Hansel and Gretel get lost in the woods, yet are able to find their way home because they left a trail of breadcrumbs on the path.  Web designers use breadcrumbs for the same reasons – in fact, the fairy tale is where the term came from.

How to Choose What SEO Keywords to Use

Posted on April 16, 2015

When it comes to search engine optimization, most people know that it’s all about keywords and how you use them on your website. Web designers and content writers can tell you where and how to incorporate those keywords in your design, but before that can even happen, you need to know what keywords to use Continue Reading »

Avoid Duplicate Content on WordPress Websites

Posted on April 16, 2015

WordPress is a great tool to build a website in, but when it comes to search engine optimization, there are a few areas where it needs some improvement. The issue of duplicate content is one of them, so I’d like to talk about what duplicate content is before presenting 5 easy ways to fix that Continue Reading »

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