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  • SEO Tools Collection Download
    By on February 1st, 2009 | 13 Comments13 Comments Comments
    SEO Tools Collection Download
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  • Vbulletin Skin AIO Version 2
    By on January 19th, 2009 | 109 Comments109 Comments Comments
    Vbulletin Skin AIO Version 2
    This is a package of only the best paid skins for vBulletin 3.6.x. It contains over 200 skins from leading vBulletin skin designers such as: - eXaltic - eXtremePixels - ForumMonkeys - ForumThemes - Ultrabilism - vBDesigns - vBMode - vBSkinWorks - vBStyles - Xevert Studios This release also contains the newest versions of vBulletin and has some Admin CP skins to go along with it.Next ScreenshotDownload Place : [hidepost]
  • How to create fast loading Flash intros and Flash ani...
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 3 Comments3 Comments Comments
    How to create fast loading Flash intros and Flash animated webpages.
    Almost everywhere I look online I come across a Flash intro and Flash animated webpage, and half of them take forever to load, or the Flash intros drags on. Here are a few tips to create fast loading intros and Flash webpages. First, when it comes to intros, depending on site, try to make the intros as short as possible. Not many people have the patients to sit through a Flash intro that drags on and will either skip it to get to the site, or worse case move on and don’t bother to check out the site at all. A good Flash intro should run between 5 to 10 seconds, the ones I make run around...
  • CSS – Image replacement
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    CSS – Image replacement
    How to use CSS Image Replacement (NB: These techniques assume a reasonable knowledge of HTML and CSS. Some require better browsers than others, but most should work in IE5 and above, Netscape 6+ and Opera 6+. I said most!) There are various techniques that allow a designer to replace standard text with an image. But why would we want to do this in the first place? The Whys Consider this: We all have a logo. It’s one of the most enduring features of any website. Currently, most of us code our logo something like the following:Code:
  • How-to – Disable Hot-linking Files.
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    How-to – Disable Hot-linking Files.
    Hot-linking files such as images and media (mp3, wma etc..) is where another website uses source code to post your media on thier page. This uses your bandwidth and the other site gets credit for this. This snippet of code will prevent anyone but your domain to view or access your media. If others are hosting images that are yours they will simply have the big red x. There are 4 variants of this code, experiement with them to find the one that works for you. To implement this you will need to create a .htaccess file in the stored directory. If your images are in /web/images then you will need ...
  • Creating a Favicon
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Creating a Favicon
    How to create a favicon Disclaimer: This is not my own work. I am not trying to pass this how-to off as my own work, as it is posted in full here. I simply wanted to make this useful little how-to available for all, and only linking to an offsite how-to is against forum rules. If posting the work of another (with full credit) is against the rules also, I humbly stand corrected, and promise faithfully never to do it again, honest guv’nor. With that said, I present Matt’s how-to on creating a favicon: 1. Download png2ico, which is a small, free utility for Windows, Linux, et cetera t...
  • Simple CSS Guide
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Simple CSS Guide
    This is tutorial/guide mainly for people who have minimal experience with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and want to learn a bit out about it. CSS is a stylesheet language that formats the presentation of a document written in a markup language (e.g. HTML, XHTML, XML). CSS has a number of advantages one of the main ones being the presentation of websites can be held in one place, therefore making it really simple to update webpages. Style sheets make sites load faster and doesn’t use require much bandwith. CSS specifications are maintained by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Adding stylesh...
  • Why is a good website design so vital?
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    Why is a good website design so vital?
    The value of a good website design can never be underestimated. Web design is defined as a method of perception, preparation, and implementation, and it is important that this process is carried out effectively. Doing so requires skill that can take several years to master. It is not something that an amateur can handle and therefore an expert who has acquired ample expertise in this field is the right person who not only can give your website the desired aesthetic look and feel but along with it will ensure that your website has a professional look too. First and foremost what you need to rem...
  • How to create a valid XHTML webpage
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    How to create a valid XHTML webpage
    1. (Optional) Use an xml prologue:Code: (be aware that doing so will force Internet Explorer into Quirks Mode. Don’t know what that means? Go to Google. There are thousands of articles detailing the whys and wherefores. My advice? Skip it. It’s not necessary.) 2. Use a proper, valid DOCTYPE: XHTML 1.0 Strict, Transitional, FramesetCode:
  • How to attract people to your website
    By on January 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    How to attract people to your website
    Ok, enough chit chat. You want a booming website, hundreds/thousands of registered members right? 1. Learn Search Engine Optimization (SEO from here on out). This is most likely the best way to attract users to your website, but it takes some time. Anywhere from a week to a year like in my case. -Use Keywords in website titles. -Make website easy to navigate for web bots. (Links, etc) -Use META keywords and description -Use sitemaps such as Google Sitemaps, XML Indexing and the bots fly right through your site. -Analyze weblog files, learn what keywords people are using to get to your website ...