Written by Jeff Lentz · May 28, 2012
On a recent project I wanted to add images that would appear when a user rolled over links in a menu. This is simple enough using css psuedo-classes, however I wanted my bullets to fade in and out to give the menu items a more elegant feel.
Written by Lorene Song · March 13, 2012
As Client Services Director of a web design and web marketing firm, part of my job is to answer the question that seems to be on the minds of every small to medium-sized business. "How can I increase revenue from my site with SEO?"
Written by Jeff Lentz · April 19, 2012
One of my all time favorite movies that seems to be in high rotation lately on VH1 is National Lampoon's Vacation. The epic voyage of the Griswold family to Wally World is right up there with Homer's Odyssey. The movie culminates with the Griswold's finally arriving at the Wally World Amusement Park only to be informed by a animatronic moose that the park is closed for two weeks for repairs. Even in an age that precedes the internet, Clark's lack of planning is painful to watch. Though I have seen the movie "at least a thousand times" according to my wife, it is still difficult to control the urge to yell at the television at such a ridiculous oversight, but then that is Hollywood.
Written by Lorene Song · August 03, 2011
How many times have you searched the internet for answers to everyday questions...only to find a bunch of completely irrelevant and inappropriate responses from the likes of dating sites, make money from home schemes, and male enhancement drug ads? In an effort to fight this, blog moderators often insert "nofollow" tags into comments and post in an effort to stop spamblogging and block access to irrelevant links.
Written by Lorene Song · April 06, 2012
It's no secret, human beings are covetous creatures. Inspiration on what to wear, what to eat, where to go, what to see...sometimes, it's from fashion magazines, a conversation you overheard from another cubicle, book-club friends, an old fraternity brother... Happenstance or as some would call it, fate, is the invisible fuel that molds a person's desire to possess. Which social media group has capitalized on this basic drive inherent in all of us?
Written by Jeff Lentz · October 19, 2011
In my years as a web designer, I have seen buzzes and bubbles come and go. Some vanish like one-hit wonders from the 80's while others stubbornly refuse to go gentle into that dark night (Side note: We are offering a cash reward for anyone that hunts down and shoots the hack that first convinced a client they needed to keep all their content above an imaginary fold).
However, I cannot recall any buzz that has had quite the impact or lasting power as SEO.
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