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SEO Tip of the day: Heading Tags

Heading tags are your headline or content titles, these headings are important to SEO as search engines refer to a heading to get context of your title or headings
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Add Language Translation / multilingual to your Website

A nice easy, elegant way of achieving a multi-lingual website without the work and complexity of having to maintain extra content in your CMS or Blog. Its now easier than ever to have your site translated, so you have a fully functional multilingual offering, so your not missing out on any of your potential audience. For those that use Google Chrome as your web browser, you may have already noticed if you go to a site that has something other than your primary language, chrome has a pop up aski...
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Cross Browser Custom Fonts For The Web

Ever wondered how to get your own custom fonts on to a website, well this post will serve you as a great help, have a read and ENJOY! I remember back in the days when we could have fancy fonts for websites or if we did there were serious browser limitations, gone are those times. There are a few solutions getting around and the easiest of them all is CSS3, but lets face it still too many people are using only CSS2 compliant browsers, so that's not the solution of choice. Here is a CSS3 snip-i...
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What colours to use when designing for the web

Have you ever considered what colours are best used when design a website, have you ever wondered what colours mean or reflect to your audience? It seems that colour experts conclude that  “The most common colours are your primary colours: reds, oranges, yellows, greens and blues,” says Simon Rowell, founder of Brand Intellect. “They’re the most popular because those colours tend not to really go completely out of fashion.” Blue Blue is very commonly used on...
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