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A Beginners Look Into HTML5

HTML5, which has been in development for more than six years, comes with a great number of new elements. These new elements are supported by almost all of the popular browsers. The latest versions of Safari and Chrome are the two browsers that support most of the HTML5 and CSS3 features, followed by Firefox, and even Internet Explorer 9, which was released in beta in September 2010, is also almost fully HTML5-compliant. But what is new in HTML5?

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 2

Today I am pleased to bring you Volume 2 of the interesting links I have gathered. If you are at all interested in anything web design/development related I am sure you will find a link or two that interests you in this list.

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Web Design Trends in 2011

he web design segment of the Internet has been evolving the past few years, especially in 2010. Some clear trends have surfaced, which are likely to continue in 2011 as well. Long gone are the websites that we were accustomed to in the 90s, with dozens of flashing banners, heavy animations, and background audio.

What are the possible web design trends for 2011?

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Interpreting Web Analytics for Beginners

Web analytics tools are abundant, but in order to use such tools effectively, you need to decide what information you need and how to interpret it correctly. After that you then need to make the necessary changes to your web site in order to attract more visitors and improve your search engine rankings.

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The History and Present State of Domain Names [Infographic]

It is hard to believe that only 20 years ago there were less than 500 .com domain names registered. What is even harder to believe is the number of registered .coms has grown close to 100,000,000. If only I could go back in time and register some high value domain names…but with my luck the this whole Internet thing would have never taken off. Any way, enjoy this infographic that displays some pretty fascinating information about domain names.

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What type of Web Hosting is right for you?

We have had articles about domain names so we figured it was only right to have one on web hosting. After you register a domain name, the next logical step is to find a host for your new web site. The great news is that the prices of bandwidth have been steadily falling for the past few years and today the hosting plans are more affordable than ever.

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The 13 Best Analytics Tools to Keep Track of Your Visitors

In order to be able to accurately measure your website’s performance and analyze the success of your different marketing campaigns, you need a website analytics tool. For the vast majority of websites, especially the ones that receive a handful of daily visitors, or have been launched recently, basic and free tools are typically sufficient. However, if you run a website that needs deep analysis and you want extended functionality, then there are a number of paid options out there as well. In this article we list the top 13 website analytics tools.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 1

I know how much the readers here enjoy great links to web design and development resources. With that in mind I have created a list of valuable web sites that I know you will like. Hopefully you will find something in this list that you will be able to use.

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