SEO & Web Design Resources for every Website Designer & SEO Worker
Are you a Designer or a Developer?
February 15th, 2010 by John Britsios in Web Development,Web Standards Comments Off

While many in the website industry thrive on multi-tasking, there are some worker bees out there that are very task-specific. So how would you know what task you are performing: designer or developer?

Web Standards Switch or how to improve your Web site easily
February 15th, 2010 by John Britsios in Web Standards Comments Off

Let’s start with what you do already know: web standards are important and making sure that your website complies with these standards can do wonders for your site and your business.

It’s important to make sure that your text content is optimized for search engines, but the alt attribute is becoming ever more important to the ranking of your website as people use services like Google Image search more and more often.

Keeping web standards homogenous is very important
May 26th, 2006 by John Britsios in Accessibility,Web Standards Comments Off

Even though it’s been four years since he addressed the 15th International World Wide Web Conference, Professor Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s comments on the importance of web standards and using Web 2.0 technologies to improve the accessibility of websites are still every bit as valid as they were in 2006.

Are Web Standards On Your List When You Pay For Web Design?
May 16th, 2006 by John Britsios in Web Standards Comments Off

What do you look for when you hire a web designer or web design firm to create a site for you? You probably want your company logo to be prominently featured and be a certain size; you no doubt also care about ranking well for your primary keywords in Google and other major search engines.