A site's mobile usability will now play an important role in how well your site ranks on Google for mobile searches. In this quick start guide we show you how to quickly address the key mobile issues that result in a failing grade for Google, and also, tips on taking your site a step further to become fully responsive.
An easy to follow guide on SSI and how to use this feature to do handy tasks such as include the contents of an external file, display the current server date or time, get the user's IP address and more.
Dictate what search engines such as Google and other crawlers can -and cannot- crawl on your site, through a magical little file called "robots.txt."
Adding a doctype to your webpage
See how to add a valid doctype to the top of your page, the first step to ensuring a standards compliant webpage.
Ada's Introduction to CGI and SSI
Concise, easy to follow tutorial on CGI installation, programming, and SSI (server side includes).
I’m sure you’ve heard people mumbling about XHTML and how it combines HTML and XML to create the "next generation" of HTML. This guest article provides a quick run down of what XHTML is, its benefits, how it can be used, and what it looks like.
What is ASP.net?
You've probably heard of the term ASP.net thrown around on technology sites and news these days. Now get an overview of just what ASP.net is with this article.
Comprehensive guide to .htaccess
.htaccess is a mysterious file on your server that can do wonders for your site. Get the lowdown on .htaccess and how to use it to customize your site's error pages, password protect directories, deny user(s) by IP, and more!
Adding search to your site
As your site grows in pages, so does the time required for visitors to locate specific information on it. Learn about the various options you have in implementing search on your site.
PHP vs CGI
Take this crash course on PHP, and see how it could be a smart alternative to using CGI to add interactivity to your site.
Learning about Conditional SSI
Take SSI (Server Side Includes) to the next level, and learn how to apply logic to this nifty server side feature!
Creating HTML image maps
Image maps continue to elude many webmasters in terms of their implementation. Nebojsa Pajkic guest stars in this tutorial to show you how to create HTML image maps!
Adding a favorites icon to your site (Favicon)
Have you ever added a site to your favorites menu in modern browsers such as IE and Firefox, and noticed that the site's custom icon shows up alongside the site's title in the menu? See how to add a Favicon to your site!
Conditional comments of IE
Learn about a revolutionary new feature in IE that allows you to conditionally comment out certain portions of your page, so only the specified browser interprets and renders them. It's traditional HTML comments with a brain!