Category: Ecommerce

If you’re tackling web design, there are two three good questions in the “back to basics” category that are currently being discussed in Cre8asiteforums. The first is Site disclaimer for personal websites, What should it contain? I’m working an a new personal home page. Should I include a site disclaimer or would that only be used for company’s and business sites? The second is Breadcrumb Question: Is Your Final Link Live? Should the final element of the breadcrumb (navigation) pointRead more…

Today is my first day back to my office after taking time off to escape to the beach for a mini-family vacation. It’s taken hours to clear away the email junk that I will never read, answer immediate questions and respond to blog comments that were waiting approval. It was that last task that brought me to my first positive moment of the day. Lorelle VanFossen has written What Do You Do When Someone Steals Your Content. It’s timely. It’sRead more…

As you can see, I’m in WordPress – land. Yesterday was bad. I was in territory I’ve not traveled in for a long time. I haven’t deleted “something important and vital” in YEARS. Until yesterday. The old Cre8pc blog is in heaven now. I can’t believe I killed it. It’s Soul lives on my computers, however. All the way back to 2002, when it was born. Yesterday, I was so excited that I’d managed to figure out the Blogger toRead more…

The Web Standards dimension is experiencing some sort of wobble warp that’s pushing it into the forefront of blogs, forums and the news. An Angry Fix, by Jeff Zeldman brought to our attention the case of Björn Hörmann leaving W3C’s QA Development. (That’s Quality Assurance Development, for those unfamiliar with the term.) Hörmann, who has chosen to “discontinue my participation” writes: “I believe for our society to progress it’s essential that our culture, our knowledge, and our society itself areRead more…

So many web site designers who create sites for clients meet the challenge of presenting the final mockups for judging. When the design team includes a usability consultant, a search engine optimization practioner, copywriter, graphics artist and is managed by project manager dedicated to the craft of web site building, a lot of feelings are at stake. There’s an excellent thread at Cre8asiteforums begun by a woman who has put in hours for a client, only to have a marketingRead more…

Considering that my HTML mentors were all men who were completely anal when it came to how to type HTML, I knew this article called, Code Like a Girl would grab my attention. Turns out, most of the men in our discussion, at Cre8asiteforums, “Do You Code Like a Girl?”, code like girls. I just can’t picture them all running like girls, or in the case of one real woman who commented, sort their kitchen herbs and spices alphabetically. ShortRead more…

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