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In contra verse with the websites owners’ expectations some products are often searched not by their exact name or category, but with keywords that are somehow correspondent to the product, its features or use areas. As a result, a huge number of customers are attracted to websites where a strong keyword research has been done to determine all the actual keywords. So it is very crucial to determine what keywords do the customers use to find the specific product or service they are looking for. You have to include these keywords in your website copy to make it more relevant in the search engines for people to find your website. ...
Eine oder mehrere h1?
Ich finde das h1 immer sehr groß im Default sind. Wenn also die style.css mal deaktiviert ist, dann sprengt ein h2 im Browser Default nicht alles… Außerdem scheinen Suchmaschinen h2 Tags für gewichtiger zu halten als h1… Sie ignorieren zuviele h1 im Html Dokument ;-) @Jared: das sind zwei sehr pragmatische Argumente – fein. Aber wie sieht es mit der idealistisch-semantischen Sichtweise aus? h1 ist für das dokument. wenn man es ausdruckt kann man einfluß draufnehmen, ob das aufs papier kommt, beim title kann man das nicht. ist ein Kind von <head> und <h1> deshalb nicht redundant. Ersteres beschreibt die ... market research, surveys and trends </div> </div> <div class="article"> <div class="article-title"> <a href=""> Forms, jQuery and CSS3 </a> </div> <div class="article-excerpt"> Everyone needs to create a form at one point or another and I’ve got a few rules I generally stick to when designing and developing forms in general. Before we get started on actually coding the form, let’s recap on the dos and don’ts of forms This could confuse you and/or the user. If the user gets confused, lost or overwhelmed, there is a high chance that he/she will close the page and you will have lost a potential customer/submitter. Don’t give the user unnecessary options, such as “Fill this in if you have chose option B”. Rather have an extra field fade in or pop-up if a certain option ... market research, surveys and trends </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div id="midcol"> <div id="metrics" class="box articles-box"> <h2 id="metrics-box-title" class="box-title"> SURVEY RESULTS FOR<br/> SEMANTIC MARKUP/CODING </h2> <div class="box-body"> <div class="article"> <div class="article-title"> <a href=""> Why Validate? The Importance of Website Validation and Semantic Markup </a> </div> <div class="article-excerpt"> in 1996. Around 1999/2000, it became a daily read while developing various Internet properties, applications, etc. ALL of the answers to our many questions pertaining to the markup languages we were utilizing such as HTML Elements and Attributes were available at the W3. For those who have traversed the W3, you'll have to admit that it's an immense space of technical documents . If you are not aware of how to navigate the website effectively, it does present a daunting browsing experience. Much of that has changed over the years and many of the new documents are more simplified in their approach, almost made for the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research </div> </div> <div id="ads-box-1"> <script type="text/javascript"><!-- google_ad_client = "pub-4488931882479917"; /* Magazine - Midcol1 - Wide (300x250) */ google_ad_slot = "6113527326"; google_ad_width = 300; google_ad_height = 250; //--> </script> <script type="text/javascript" src=""> </script> </div> <div class="article"> <div class="article-title"> <a href=""> Cover Pages: XML Daily Newslink: Wednesday, 21 April 2010 </a> </div> <div class="article-excerpt"> The document is intended to become a W3C Recommendation. A sample test harness is available, though its set of tests is not intended to be exhaustive. Users may find the tests to be useful examples of RDFa usage. This document is expected to supersede the RDFa in XHTML (RDFa 1.0) specification RDFa provides a set of XHTML attributes to augment visual data with machine-readable hints as well as providing a few new ones. Attributes that already exist in widely deployed languages (e.g., HTML) have the same meaning they always did, although their syntax has been slightly modified in some cases. 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It also helps search engines know what your page is principally about. When you're done working on a page, you should step back and see that section headings appropriately outline your page. The "show outline" option of the W3C validator may help. 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Sometimes things aren't as straight forward as "this is a paragraph, here goes the p tag!" A place where people live, eat and breath html and css! There are lot of forums out there for web design and coding, but I don't seem to be finding any that fit into this specific area. Kind of like if a list apart had its own forum/discussion area beyond comments. , specifically thelist mailing list, is exactly what you're asking for. The site is useful, but the real action ... </div> </div> <div class="article"> <div class="article-title"> <a href=""> Coding list style </a> </div> <div class="article-excerpt"> This is a picture of what I'm trying to code. [snip] (Rest assured, no perverted material. Just a list.) I think I'm aiming a tad too high for a beginner. Coding (trying to) this is making me lose a few hairs and what's worse is that it looks so innocently simple. Anyway. 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