The written content on a web site is protected under copyright law, just as the code that designed the web site is. But what exactly do these rights entail?
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At first glance, building your web site may seem overwhelming as there is so much to think about. We will avoid many of the technical aspects here, and focus on the very basic things for a successfully built project, from fast load-times to search-engine indexing.
Merely having powerful (or free) web development tools at hand doesn’t make a web designer. Here we will focus on things you should look for when finding someone who will be able to implement a functional web site, whilst still making it attractive to your potential audience.
Before you can get your new web site online, you need a domain. Read on to find out more about what a domain is and how to secure one so that you can finally get that web site online for everyone to see and use.
A brief guide to typical website costs to maintain it. Discusses common types of costs such as hosting, domain renewal, etc.
Blog this, blog that… it seems to be something we hear all the time! So, what is a blog? What’s the big deal about them? Read on to find out more about blogging, and why it has taken the internet by storm.
You have a web site, but you need a domain name. What sort of things should you consider when it comes to buying your domain name? Read on to find out more about domain names and choosing the right one for your web site.
You’ve got a web site to build, and you want to save money by building it yourself. Is this a good idea? Well, sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t. Read on to find out if you should use professional web site design, or if you can pull the web design off yourself!
Choosing a web hosting service may be difficult for you, depending on the scope of the project, and your project budget. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you along the way to ensure that you have chosen the correct hosting service and plan for your project needs.
Diskeeper 2008 HomeServer edition keeps your storage media in top condition. If you have multiple computers accessing the home server and lots of audio and video media, storage can get badly fragmented quickly. Diskeeper 2008 HomeServer may be just the right medicine for your storage problems.
System Mechanic 7 Professional offers a wide range of tools and features to help find and repair errors, clean out clutter, and speed up system performance. But it’s also chock-full of other tools you may not need or want. Is it too much? You decide.
3BSoftware Registry Repair Pro For Windows is a utility that scans the Windows registry for invalid or obsolete information. Keeping your registry clean will increase your system performance and eliminate potential problems. So how does Registry Repair Pro For Windows perform? Read on.
Net Librarian tries to be a meta-search engine intending to focus on fine-tuning stored results for users in the realm of education and research. It works to an extent, but remains behind the times in performance and results.
Diskeeper 2007 is a must-have utility for keeping your hard drive defragmented and running smoothly.