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How to design the perfect single page website Single page designs can be an excellent technique for tackling smaller websites, even those that you might not think could ever be done without multiple pages. There are tons of great reasons for using a single page site, from ease of maintenance to reduced bandwidth needs. If you’re tackling a shorter site, one that would normally have a handful of pages, consider using a single page, and see if it will make the project easier and more user friendly. Read on for more information on the benefits, when (and when not) to use them, and some best practices you should follow. The benefits of single page design Obviously, single page designs are not ideal for every project.
Downloads Latest stable version: 0.7.10 (2007-08-30) KompoZer is free software. To keep this project running, please consider making a donation. Download KompoZer 0.7.10 for Windows Support KompoZer! KompoZer 0.7 langpacks are available here.21 supported languages! HTML Email Design Guidelines At some stage in your career, it’s likely you’ll be asked by a client to design a HTML email. Before you rush to explain that all the cool kids are using social media, keep in mind that when done correctly, email is still one of the best ways to promote you and your clients online. In fact, a recent survey showed that every dollar spent on email marketing this year generated more than $40 in return. That’s more than any other marketing channel, including the cool ones. There are a whole host of ingredients that contribute to a good email marketing campaign.
Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc About "Can I use" provides up-to-date browser support tables for support of front-end web technologies on desktop and mobile web browsers. The site was built and is maintained by Alexis Deveria, with occasional updates provided by the web development community. The design used as of 2014 was largely created by Lennart Schoors. May I use your data in my presentation/article/site, etc? How to Make a Website in Powerpoint By Warren Rachele Microsoft's PowerPoint software is regularly used to build slide-show presentations designed to convey your message to an audience, whether in person or at a kiosk. PowerPoint can be stretched to do much more for you, including turning a presentation into a website. You utilize the software as you normally do, laying out the content of each slide in a visual environment. Links may be embedded in objects or text to hyperlink the pages together, creating a multi-page site.
CSS3 Button Maker Drag things, pick colors, make a nice class for your buttons... introducing the Button Maker. Boy, that's a nice button right there. I'm saying "CSS3", because these make use of gradients, shadows, and rounded corners which contribute greatly to their button-ness. In older browers that don't support these properties, the fallback is solid-color background, no shadows, and square corners.
Passwordless authentication: Secure, simple, and fast to deploy Passwordless is an authentication middleware for Node.js that improves security for your users while being fast and easy to deploy. The last months were very exciting for everyone interested in web security and privacy: Fantastic articles, discussions, and talks but also plenty of incidents that raised awareness. Most websites are, however, still stuck with the same authentication mechanism as from the earliest days of the web: username and password. While username and password have their place, we should be much more challenging if they are the right solution for our projects. We know that most people use the same password on all the sites they visit. For projects without dedicated security experts, should we really open up our users to the risk that a breach of our site also compromises their Amazon account?