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Why Bad Site Design Succeeds
By Robert Hoekman
Oct 19, 2007
Every so often, bad design wins. Unfortunately, this often results in designers believing that bad design is a good idea. Before you start creating animated GIFs again, take a look at what Robert Hoekman, Jr., has to say about why sites like YouTube, MySpace, and others succeed in spite of their weak designs.
Get Your Site Noticed with a Solid Link Strategy
By Shari Thurow
Oct 5, 2007
Shari Thurow explains how to create a link development strategy that search engines will love.
Make Your Site BulletProof With Floats
By Dan Cederholm
Oct 5, 2007
Dan Cederholm helps you choose the best markup for the job to ensure your site's content is displayed properly across the widest range of browsers and devices.
The Next Level: Creating an Inline Random Graphic in Dreamweaver CS3
By Andy Anderson
Jul 13, 2007
Spice up your Web pages with the easy-to-use Dreamweaver CS3!
Shockproof Guide to Working Safely on Your Mac
By Marc Asturias, Moira Gagen
Jun 1, 2007
Whether the computers you're taking care of belong to you, a customer, or a large group, this sample chapter provides the information you need to approach any situation safely and with the proper tools. In this one-hour lesson, you'll learn about the risks to you and the computer when you service computers, as well as general maintenance tasks you might perform during the "verify repair" step in the Apple General Troubleshooting Flowchart. While these may seem like unrelated topics, safe workstations and conscientious work practices are all part of keeping computers, customers, and yourself happy.