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Website Design & Hosting New and Updated KB Posts

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Recently Created

(Website Design & Hosting Group)

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Douglas.M
1. How to Make Web Pages Format Uncommon Fonts Most PCs Do Not Have in Windows Font Manager

This article describes a cascading style sheet coding technique I use to format uncommon fonts that are not included in the Windows font manager.

Posted to KB Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
34 months ago, and updated 5 months ago
(6 Comments , last by Dakota.D )

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raija.f
2. Creating content is like making cupcakes

An article about  Marketing News.

54 months ago, and updated 7 days ago
(72 Entries , last by maria.s2 )

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vrani.c
3. 3 Major mistakes you can make with your website

website mistakes, website navigation, website layout, marketing strategies, website design

58 months ago, and updated 8 months ago
(18 Entries , last by jason.m3 )

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Gerald Renton
4. Contact Forms and Privacy

Creating a Contact Form necessitates the use of a Privacy Policy (normally linked to in the footer).

The State of California requires any commercial website or online service collecting information about consumers residing in California to post a privacy policy on the website used to collect information. 

Make sure that your estimate includes time for creating a privacy policy as part of the task.
 

Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
6 years ago
(9 Comments , last by Daniel.S8 )

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Mike Prestwood
5. HTML Copyright Entity Reference

How do you embed a copyright character/symbol into an HTML page?

Posted to KB Topic: HTML Language Reference
8 years ago
(3 Comments , last by silican.g )

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Bryan Valencia
6. Using Web Safe Fonts in CSS

If you are editing the stylesheet in Visual Web Developer, and you access the font-family dropdown, Microsoft shows 3 common web-safe fonts and then every font in your system. 

This is dumb.  Most of us designers have many, many fonts that the average web browsing public has never heard of. 

Therefore, I present this list of Web Safe Fonts.  Use this list in the font-family  settings to achieve the effect you want, with maximum web compatibility.

Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
8 years ago

KB Post
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lowster11
7. Project Estimator http://estimator.astuteo.com/
Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
9 years ago

Link
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Wes Peterson
8. When LESS is more

If you're like me, you probably love CSS, but are also a little disappointed in a few things it lacks; like constants or variables.

LESS is a fairly new bit of genius that solves some of the shortcomings in Cascading Style Sheets.

Posted to KB Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
9 years ago
(3 Comments , last by Rose.M )

News
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Wes Peterson
9. IE8 Combatibility Isn't Compatible

With the release of Internet Explorer 8, Microsoft has made IE more compliant with current standards, fixing problems that have bugged webmasters for years. This compatibility would probably be great except that it breaks perfectly good web applications created using Microsoft's latest and greatest development tools. This is the sort of thing that results in Apple's great TV ads. In this article, we introduce Compatibility View, discuss the problem, and a couple of the solutions.

Ineternet Explorer Compatibily View icon next to address bar.

Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
10 years ago, and updated 10 years ago

Article
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Wes Peterson
10. Where is v3.5 of the .NET Framework in IIS configuration?

I've created a web application using v3.5 of the .NET Framework.  But, when I go to deploy it, I find only versions 1.x and 2.x in the ASP .NET dropdown for IIS configuration of my application's virtual directory.  Where is v3.5?  How do I deploy if that's not a configuration choice?

Posted to KB Topic: Website Hosting
10 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Michelle_M.M )

FAQ

KB Post
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Recently Updated

(Website Design & Hosting Group)

  KB Article    

raija.f
1. Creating content is like making cupcakes

An article about  Marketing News.

54 months ago, and updated 7 days ago
(72 Entries , last by maria.s2 )

Blog
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
8046
Hits

Douglas.M
2. How to Make Web Pages Format Uncommon Fonts Most PCs Do Not Have in Windows Font Manager

This article describes a cascading style sheet coding technique I use to format uncommon fonts that are not included in the Windows font manager.

Posted to KB Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
34 months ago, and updated 5 months ago
(6 Comments , last by Dakota.D )

Article
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
3584
Hits

vrani.c
3. 3 Major mistakes you can make with your website

website mistakes, website navigation, website layout, marketing strategies, website design

58 months ago, and updated 8 months ago
(18 Entries , last by jason.m3 )

Blog
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
7606
Hits

Gerald Renton
4. Contact Forms and Privacy

Creating a Contact Form necessitates the use of a Privacy Policy (normally linked to in the footer).

The State of California requires any commercial website or online service collecting information about consumers residing in California to post a privacy policy on the website used to collect information. 

Make sure that your estimate includes time for creating a privacy policy as part of the task.
 

Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
6 years ago
(9 Comments , last by Daniel.S8 )

KB Post
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
10605
Hits

Mike Prestwood
5. HTML Copyright Entity Reference

How do you embed a copyright character/symbol into an HTML page?

Posted to KB Topic: HTML Language Reference
8 years ago
(3 Comments , last by silican.g )

FAQ
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
9661
Hits

Bryan Valencia
6. Using Web Safe Fonts in CSS

If you are editing the stylesheet in Visual Web Developer, and you access the font-family dropdown, Microsoft shows 3 common web-safe fonts and then every font in your system. 

This is dumb.  Most of us designers have many, many fonts that the average web browsing public has never heard of. 

Therefore, I present this list of Web Safe Fonts.  Use this list in the font-family  settings to achieve the effect you want, with maximum web compatibility.

Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
8 years ago

KB Post
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
8450
Hits

lowster11
7. Project Estimator http://estimator.astuteo.com/
Posted to KB Topic: Website Design
9 years ago

Link
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
5912
Hits

Wes Peterson
8. When LESS is more

If you're like me, you probably love CSS, but are also a little disappointed in a few things it lacks; like constants or variables.

LESS is a fairly new bit of genius that solves some of the shortcomings in Cascading Style Sheets.

Posted to KB Topic: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
9 years ago
(3 Comments , last by Rose.M )

News
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
3870
Hits

Wes Peterson
9. Where is v3.5 of the .NET Framework in IIS configuration?

I've created a web application using v3.5 of the .NET Framework.  But, when I go to deploy it, I find only versions 1.x and 2.x in the ASP .NET dropdown for IIS configuration of my application's virtual directory.  Where is v3.5?  How do I deploy if that's not a configuration choice?

Posted to KB Topic: Website Hosting
10 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Michelle_M.M )

FAQ

KB Post
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8792
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Mike Prestwood
10. Security Tips: 13 Ways to Harden Your Code

13 things you can do to make your code more secure, general advice about the rest of it, PLUS YOUR COMMENTS and experiences.

Posted to KB Topic: Website Scripting
11 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(6 Comments , last by mprestwood )

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