Photographs are a great way to dress up a website. They add color and liveliness to pages and are just fun. But unless you’re a professional stock photographer, chances are you don’t have a lot of photos of anything except your family, friends, vacations, and pets. But don’t despair, there are lots of ways to get photos for Web pages.
Archive for August, 2010
Keyword density is the number of times your keyword phrase appears on a Web page relative to the total number of words on the page. While it’s possible to manually count all the words and then count the keyword phrase, there are many tools that you can use that are easier and give you better results.
A CSS sprite takes a large image and splits it into multiple smaller images for display. CSS sprites are useful because they allow you to store all your navigation and site maintenance buttons in one file. You simply reference that file with specific grid locations to display the image you want to display.