Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category
The AmEx OPEN Forum ran an article, 5 Red Flags Your Business Might Be Waving. It looked at ways a traditional brick and mortar store can send customers to the competition.
As I was reading it, I was automatically converting this list into an online version. Here’s my “web-based” version…
Last month we took a look at when to use 301 redirects (and when NOT to use them). Many times, a 404 not found page / response is the better option.
However, a generic 404 not found page is not a good thing. Sure, the search engines don’t care either way, but your website is not built for the search engines, it’s built for your visitors…
Something as simple as a file name can easily cause problems with a website. Whether it’s an image that appears to be missing, a web page that shows HTML code, or an error on the website – these problems can all stem from a file name.
Many computer users are familiar with backing up their files, whether it’s photos on their home computer, or files on their website – but usually the urge to back up files occurs just after you lose something. It’s just like saving all the phone numbers on your cell phone – when does the thought about saving them come to mind? That’s right – just after your phone turns into a paperweight!
This article will touch on a few tips regarding how to easily back up and restore some of the most edited files on a ShopSite store – the templates.