Archive for the ‘Usability & Accessibility’ Category

Don’t Post Into 5 Different Categories

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

I read a lot of blogs and some of them have a habit that I find very annoying - they have placed each of their posts into four or five different categories. Besides from looking like they are trying to inflate their article count (by one article counting ...

Keep Your Category List Small

Friday, September 28th, 2007

One of the most tempting things for a new blogger to do is immediately create a bunch of categories for their future posts. They think that users will be impressed when they see a large amount of categories. The only problem is is that there are no articles in all ...

Increase Your Traffic By Creating a Custom 404 Error Page

Monday, September 24th, 2007

Have you ever tried viewing a certain page on a website and instead got the dreaded "404 Not Found" error message? Chances are that you glanced at the URL to check for any typos and then, if none were found, you left the site with a grumble. Chances are that ...

3 Reasons Why it is Important to Test Drive Your Site

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

How well do you know your own site? If you're answer is anything other than “like the palm of my hand”, you should immediately go and learn every aspect of your website - after you finish reading this article, of course ;) Webmasters set up a new site, install a nice template ...