Articles categorized as "websites"

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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Selecting domain names

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Internet branding

Your domain is your brand. Promote your brand by selecting an appropriate domain name. Continue reading

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Capital One’s accessibility fail

Image by taberandrew via Flickr The current website and interface for financial institution Capital One suffers from some accessibility issues. While its source code suffers a little from divitis and classitis (using the DIV and CLASS (X)HTML elements excessively for … Continue reading

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Global Auction Guide launches new website

Popular Internet auction calendar Global Auction Guide recently soft-launched a completely redesigned website. The most exciting feature is the enhanced, personalized auctioneer pages which now include video, blog entries and social media updates. Global Auction Guide is one of several … Continue reading

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