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Friday, October 23, 2015

Bell Family Jewelers Website Review

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Welcome to this week's edition of the Friday Website review. I'm journeying to Bayside, NY this week in search of my website review candidate. Using Google Chrome, I searched for the phrase "jewelers near bayside ny" and saw these results:

Bell Family Jewelers Website Review 1370-serp-95

Bell Family Jewelers appears first in the...

AT: 10/23/2015 12:35:14 PM   0 COMMENTS
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Dead HTML Tags That Jewelers Should Avoid

A few short years ago, changing your website meant you needed to hire a programmer. The expense was always high and many websites were never changed (practically abandoned) after they were initially created.

Today most, if not all, websites are created using various types of content management systems (CMS for short) that give you, the jewelry store owner, the power to edit your own website.

We understand that the technical stuff behind your website is of complete disinterest to you. You have diamonds to mount, rings to size, employees to worry about, and bills to pay. We know that you are probably a complete neophyte when it comes to web programming, and that's okay.

On the other hand, like a rolling stone through the desert that gathers a little dirt, over time you might have picked up a few little HTML programmi...

AT: 09/13/2011 11:42:50 AM   0 COMMENTS
Monday, January 24, 2011

Reasons Why HTML 3 is Better than HTML 5

Today's Gold Nugget should surprise the HTML programming enthusiasts and provide at least some curiosity to the non-initiated.

There is a lot of talk in the web programming community about correct methods of programming. Officially, if you program a website from scratch today you should be using a technique referred to as Semantic Programming. This is a fancy way to explain that your web page is split into 2 components: your words and your design.

The "words" part of your web page is organized using simple HTML programming. The "design" part of your web page is the cascading style sheet (CSS for short) which includes all your font sizes, colors, background, etc.

Splitting up the words and the design like this makes your website more flexible for future change, but it doesn't necessarily make your website faster. Y...

AT: 01/24/2011 12:42:22 PM   0 COMMENTS
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