Web Design and Websites

This section of the site discusses web design and websites in general: what to put on your site, web design best practice & conventions, website accessibility & usability; as well as getting into the nitty-gritty of both client and server side coding.

Fixing the scrollbars “bug” on Google Maps InfoWindow. While working on the Google Maps API, I noticed some sort of “bug” that seemed to appear whenever the Google Maps InfoWindow only contained an image, the accountant practice logo in that case. After searching the web, I tried the fix mentioned: adding a width to the […]

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Easily integrate a map of your office on your website with Google Maps API.As I have been playing with the latest version of the Google Maps API (v3), I thought it may be useful to some if I was to share the code I ended up using on one of our websites.The Google Maps API […]

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10 web design conventions that will make your website as good as Amazon.com

published on February 26, 2010 in Website Design

February 26, 2010

What should your website have in common with Amazon.co.uk?Web design conventions are a set of rules that help visitors “feel at home” on your site even if it’s the first time they visit it. Most websites adhere to these rules and yours should to.If you are involved in the design of your website, this is […]

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Websites for accountants – 7 specialist suppliers in the UK

published on January 29, 2010 in Website Design

January 29, 2010

Anybody can call themselves an “accountant”. Unfortunately, the same applies to “web designer”. Nowadays, almost anybody “can” build a website, just like anybody “can” do their company tax return. There are loads of user-friendly tools available, even free ones, that allow you to do either of those things, but let’s be honest, the final result […]

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Did Google just kill an SEO Myth or reinforce my convictions?

published on January 15, 2010 in SEO & PPC,Website Design

January 15, 2010

Valid code is a mark of professional ethics from a web designer. Back in November Matt Cutts, the public face of Google for most webmasters, announced in a video that W3C validation doesn’t boost a website ranking. What doesn’t boost website ranking? W3C validation, what is it?The W3C is the main organization in charge of […]

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