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CSS of the Future: How CSS3 can Optimize Design

The design blogosphere has been buzzing about the improvements level 3 of Cascading Style Sheets will bring. Although still a ways off from official recommendation status by the W3C, some browsers are already supporting pending features. I want to highlight a few of the CSS3 features I’m excited about that will not only add flexibility […]

Get Down & Dirty With Your Website Code

According to Google their mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. I might add that they are also striving to provide  the best user experience possible. One aspect of SEO that is either looked over or forgotten is the technical side. I am not referring to the optimization of website […]

A Match Made in Heaven: CSS & SEO

Believe it or not, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) can make a tremendous difference to your website’s search engine rankings. Simply put, CSS simplifies the code on your website, making it more readable or “indexable” by search engine spiders. One example of “un-indexable” code is your site’s images. Search engine spiders are pretty smart, however, they […]