The accesskey is an attribute that provides keyboard shortcuts to Web pages. It has long been touted as a way to make Web pages more accessible, but is it really? There are some problems associated with the accesskey that you should be aware of before you start using it.
Writing a website in Flash only can have definite benefits - but it can also have large drawbacks. Use this article to determine if the benefits to your site outweigh the drawbacks. Use Flash when it adds value for your readers, not just when you want to show off your skills as a Flash developer.
This article discusses the issue of cloaking and why some firms will recommend it as a way to improve your ranking in search engines. Web site owners who are working with search optimization firms should read this article so that they are aware of the issues surrounding cloaking.
Web page layout has essentially two different methods: liquid and fixed width layouts. Learn the pros and cons of each, and how you can decide to use one or the other for your site.
Pop-up ads can be annoying, but there are reasons why people use them - And there are lots of pop-up blockers available to stop them - find out why to use them and why not
Many Web designers have been building pages for years, either by hand or with an editor, and the idea of converting their site(s) to XHTML+CSS is daunting at best. This article looks at the issue of conversion and shows the pros and cons for converting, so you can make your own decision.
Why a text HTML editor is better and worse than a What You See Is What You Get editor.
Why a What You See Is What You Get editor is better and worse than a text HTML editor.