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  • Importance of website contact forms

    You can not be accessible in person or by telephone 24×7. Give people a means to get in touch with you, even if you aren't offered. Using a contact number in your site can also be vital for your organization, but it is no replacement for a contactform.

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  • 3 Ways to Get Your Guest Post Accepted Into any Blog

    Just a few years ago, most bloggers were content to publishing blog posts on their own sites, without giving guest post writing a second thought. Today, any blogger who does not guest post is the exception, and any blogger worth his weight in salt is eager, nay, desperate about getting his guest posts accepted to authority blogs.

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  • 6 Tips to Power Writing Articles for Site Building

    If you have the gift of writing, here are 6 ways to enhance that gift so you can keep on writing good articles. Article submission to quality sites is one way of gaining publicity and creating interest so viewers will visit your website.

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  • 5 Advantages of Using WordPress in Creating a Website

    Even without being a computer savvy, you can easily learn how to use WordPress, a computer software developed for easy use. You may download it for free and it is relatively simple to install.

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  • How to add a touch of professionalism to your website

    Professionalism implies that you know what you are doing, are good at what you are doing and respect the other person’s lack of knowledge about what you are doing. It then becomes your business to explain things to them in as simple a language as you can without overwhelming them with professional jargon.

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  • How To Style PDF Links With An Icon Using CSS

    A typical webpage has numerous links. By default, all links look the same. This no doubt has its advantages. But then, what if you want links to certain types of files to look different?

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  • Tips for creating awesome twitter backgrounds

    Every since almost the beginning of Twitter, those that use the website have been able to select their own background images. From an amazing photo they took of a landscape, something funny, an adorable animal, something professional and clean, or a background expressing personal views and style, anything is possible.

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  • Ajax Programming

    Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is not new programming language, it is merely a new way of using standards that currently exist. Basically, it is the art of data exchange with a server as well as the updating of parts or a web page without having to reload the entire page.

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  • 5 Great Resources for Web Designers

    Web designers have to always stay on their toes to offer exceptional services that their clients will love. To achieve this, there are a number of resources that the experts can take advantage of to stay on op of competition.

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  • 2015 web design trends to watch out for

    A web designer’s job is to design highly user-friendly websites. If designers do not keep themselves updated with the latest web design trends then they would not be able to satisfy their clients’ needs.

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  • How to Get Better Conversions from Your Forms

    Research and studies imply that by the year 2020, 85% of the purchases by customers would include no communication between humans. The growing trends of online buying are indicative of the increasing popularity and role of web forms, social networks and live websites in retail.

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  • Here is a simple popup contact form (modal popup)

    A popup contact form has many benefits. You can add a button/link in every page that pops up the contact form in a modal popup. That makes the contact form easily accessible from any part of the website.

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  • HTML contact form with CAPTCHA

    Using a contact form on your website is very useful as it helps your web site visitors to communicate with you in an easy and simple way. But, there are spammers and hackers who are looking for exploitable web forms.

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