How does HTML5 change the way you should have your website?

We’re blessed, in a sense, that today’s technology enables the construction of websites and various page elements without one actually needing to possess advanced knowledge. Take HTML for example. Although this is the fundamental building block of webpages, few people actually know what it is. Hypertext Markup Language is basically the language—code—websites speak, and without
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Should you or shouldn’t you have social media badges on your site?

If you’ve happened to watch a television show in the past ten years, you may have noticed a new trend. Instead of allowing the commercials to do all the advertising, networks have really taken advantage of the wider viewer angle provided by flat-screen TVs, and they have started putting advertisements in the corners of programs
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How to use Facebook timeline effectively for your business pages

There was recently a lot of hubbub in the advertising world when Facebook decided the change the layout of their page. They went from a pretty standard format, where ads and personal content and other features all fit the basic screen, to a literal vertical timeline running down the centre of the page. Facebook’s Timeline
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To Digg or not to Digg?

If you’re thinking about building a website to start up an online business, you have probably also entertained the idea of starting a social media presence to tie everything together. For instance, your main website, which will house your main business, will be interconnected with various streams of social media, perhaps video sites, social gathering
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What plans do Microsoft have for Skype?

With a world advancing more and more toward the internet every single day, we often see huge brands compromising, tweaking their interface, and merging all to bring about something completely different. Take two of the biggest names out there today as an example, Microsoft and Skype. Microsoft, which is the biggest name in computers all
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