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Dos and Don'ts of User-Friendly Website Navigation

Posted by Danny Fong on April 26, 2013 at 2:25 AM Comments comments (0)


Good, intuitive navigation is arguably the most important element of a successful website. If visitors come to your website and they’re unable to find what they want, they’re going to leave, and all the splashy homepages and cool graphics in the world won’t bring them back

So today we’re going to talk about the basic Dos and Don’ts of user-friendly web navigation for your perso...

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Submit Your Site To Search Engines

Posted by jesjj on April 8, 2012 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (2)

Want to get more traffic to your site easy and free? Submit your sites to major search engines now! That way, people who are trying to find your site can search for it and go directly to your site after finding it in search results. So you get more traffic coming to your site for free! More traffic = better site.

  • Submit your site to Yahoo! and Bing, a...
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Having the Perfect Browser is Crucial!

Posted by ShadowVenom718 on April 5, 2012 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (1)

Breaking News!



Some of you may have the awful and slow Internet Explorer, the cool FireFox or the perfect Google Chrome! But it is very important you have the right browser!


I am here to say now, that Internet Explorer is awful, it's slow, i...

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Webs Ad Fix

Posted by ShadowVenom718 on April 2, 2012 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (8)

Are you a free Webs member! Are the ads Webs provide too big and run over you're sidebar? Well now there is a solution! I designed this simple code that will stop the overflow! This is completely legal, because the Webs ad will still be visible. Just the part that run over the sidebar will be hidden. I hope this clears things up. Simply place the following code below into the Advanced CSS editor, and voila! Your Webs ad will no longer run over your sidebar! CSS Code: #boxad {overflow:hid...

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Close browser with a button

Posted by Jad Assaf on March 15, 2012 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Here is a nice code that closes the browser window when it gets clicked. This code uses Javascript.

Click here for the code

Jad Assaf

Free-Advertising.Webs.com Admin

No right clicks!

Posted by Jad Assaf on March 15, 2012 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)

This is a javascript code that disables right click feature from a webpage. It will give you a message that right clicking is disabled. Check it out. All you have to do is to copy paste it on a webpage to disable right click from it or place it in a sidebar to disable all your websites pages from right clicking.

Here is the code

Jad Assaf

Free-Advertising.Webs.c...

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Message after clicking a button

Posted by Jad Assaf on March 14, 2012 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (2)

This is a cool code that shows a visitor a message when he clicks a button.

Here is the code: http://pastie.org/3594413

Cheers

Free-Advertising.Webs.com Admin

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Temporarily Block of your Website

Posted by ShadowVenom718 on March 10, 2012 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (1)

This is a cool trick that I discovered that allows you to block your website. Most website users block off their website or website page when they are going to add some huge update or simply just remake the site. It's really quite simple.


All you have to do is paste the HTML code (at the bottom of this post) and edit a few things. Such as the name of your site and the stuff you want to say to your users.


Once all the updates you did are finished, you can re...

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How To Make A HTML Box

Posted by jesjj on February 6, 2012 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Ever wanted to add an image, text, or something else, but not take up as much space? Well here you can learn how to make a HTML box.


A HTML box is a box containing text, images, or soemthing else, but the box is resizable so that the text/image is not fully displayed. You have to sroll down/up or make the box bigger to see the whole text/image.


Here is an example of what the box would look like:

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