Unable to create a twitter application because of mobile phone carrier? Here’s how to do it!

I got stuck when trying to create a Twitter API for an App I was trying to create. Chances are that if you are reading, you also got stuck here: You are required to add a mobile phone to your account. When you visit the support page at https://support.twitter.com/articles/110250-adding-your-mobile-number-to-your-account-via-web and do everything accordingly, you end up at: […]

Purchasing Web Hosting

Just like you need space to build your shop or office, you need ‘web space’ to build your website on. For this, you will need to rent web space from a Hosting company for a month or better, a year. There are a growing number of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and specialized companies hosting Web […]

Using WS FTP to Upload your Website

My favourite FTP client is WS_FTP LE, which is free for certain groups of users – so is well worth checking out if you like free programs or you are short on cash at the moment. Even though the instructions on this page will be specific to this version of WS_FTP, the ideas should be […]

Page Length Considerations when Designing a Website

When arranging your pages, be aware that novice viewers can be easily disoriented by long, scrolling Web documents. They seem unable to find links when they disappear off-screen as they move through very long pages. Though there are ways to keep your novice viewers oriented, it’s a good idea to limit your documents to two […]

Navigation and Sitemaps

It is necessary to think of a proper navigation system for your website. Some visitors may land directly on to some page other than your index page from a link on some other website or a search engine. Even if a visitor enters your website through your home page, he must not be left at […]

How to Hire a Website Designer – Part 2

Freelance vs. the Big Web Design Firm After you evaluate the selected sites, you may need to choose between engaging a freelancer and using a big Web design company. A big Web design company may appear to have a lot of credibility due to its large portfolio, many testimonials, and large collection of experts in […]

Microsoft FrontPage Tutorial with Template – 2

Using simple CSS to control formatting. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) were introduced way back in 1996. Even 8 years later, many webmasters still haven’t taken advantage of this *huge* time-saving technology.  A cascading style sheet is a set of instructions in a linked external file or within the source code of a page that tells […]

How to Hire a Website Designer

Today, anyone who wants to provide information, sell something, share information or promote a business knows that a Web presence will help them achieve those goals. A charity organization may want to promote itself to potential members and volunteers, as well as provide information through newsletters and articles related to its work, so that anyone […]

Microsoft FrontPage Tutorial with Template – 2

Microsoft FrontPage is grossly underrated by many people and often viewed as a beginners tool. It’s true, it is very beginner friendly – but FrontPage is also very powerful and  capable of developing/maintaining complex sites. Taming the Beast is now over 400 pages, not including sub domains and FrontPage handles it all very well. One […]

Microsoft FrontPage Tutorials and Resources

1. FrontPage Template and Tutorial Extremely Useful FrontPage Tutorials and Articles on the Web: 1. Microsoft® FrontPage® Articles 2. FrontPage How-To Articles 3. FrontPage World Tips and Tricks 4. FrontPage Tutorials by AccessFP – FrontPage 98 Tutorials, FrontPage 2000 Tutorials, FrontPage 2002 Tutorials FrontPage Forums 1. FrontPage Talk 2. OutFront Webmaster Forums