HTML code is the backbone of all web content, period. It’s how data is organized and displayed in your web browser. If you’re producing content online, you should comprehend what it is you’re creating so you can harness its power effectively and understand how to fix it when it inevitably breaks.
I’ve been experimenting quite a bit with a few Facebook pages in the last month and have seen some very promising results. The example I’ll use is the Facebook page for RU Screw’d, a page targeted to the Rutgers University community. From September 01, 2014, when I started re-engaging the page, to October 10, 2014, I […]
Every business needs a website. Whether you’re a budding freelancer or chain retailer, your web presence is massively important to your brand. Visitors will come from search engines, blogs, social media, directories, and word of mouth to see what you’re all about – and your site needs to showcase everything flawlessly. There can be a lot […]
Planning on publishing a website? Like most people, you probably don’t want to code everything from scratch. Luckily, there are plenty of options available to skip the massive ‘code a web platform’ tasklist and get you to publish your content sooner. However, there are two fundamental choices for web platforms that you need to consider […]
When starting a blog it is always important to think about what type of content you want in order to make sure you have an idea of the type of people you want to attract. I wanted to give an idea of what to expect on our blog.
Many people pick one topic or niche and just write everything they know or can find on it. We may go into a few topics that might not necessarily make sense with what we usually write about.