Inline/Online: Fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web

Inline/Online: Fundamentals of the World wide web and the World Wide Web


New – Offers students an introduction to the Internet, Web Design, and HTML coding in textbook format. This work features coverage of FTP, discussion of search engines, material on cascading style sheets, and a presentation on e-commerce. It is a useful resource for those interested in computing developments, online information, and the Internet.

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Meta Tags Optimising Your Website for Internet Search Engines

Meta Tags Optimising Your Website for World wide web Search Engines

Meta Tags Optimising Your Website for World wide web Search Engines

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How do you get your webpages to look the same in both FireFox and Internet Internet Explorer?

Question by Chattron: How do you get your webpages to look the same in both FireFox and World wide web World wide web Explorer?
I recently started learnin how to design websites using XHTML and CSS. I always validate my webpages at the W3C validation site, but I still find it extremely difficult to get my webpages to look the same on FireFox and World wide web Explorer.

Best answer:

Answer by Matt Flaschen
First of all, neither browser complies with all web standards, so IE is worse. Second, there might be individual CSS differences that cause different appearances, without any error in rendering.

As long as it looks okay in both, I wouldn’t worry. It’s unreasonable to anticipate them to render identically.

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The Internet Sites I Use the Most

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The World wide web Sites I Use the Most
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A year ago I blogged about the 25 sites that were on my Firefox bookmarks toolbar. These represented the 25 sites that I used the most in my day in day out online life.

I thought here now one year later I’d refresh this post showing which bookmarks were removed from my toolbar over the past year and which ones were added. I’ve also added comments on apiece link.

Links removed in the last year.

1. My Welcome Mat on Zooomr. The welcome mat on Zooomr was not providing me anything useful really. Instead I’ve streamlined my Zooomr links down to two, my Zooomr Social Stream and my Zooomr Zipline.

2. My Zooomr Sets. I had a lot of problems with my Zooomr sets so I stopped maintaining sets there and maintain them at Flickr now.

3. Magnolia. I stopped using Magnolia for bookmarks after some weird thing happened with the site and I could no longer add new bookmarks there.

4. My Magnolia Mini Marker. Same deal. Since I don’t use Magnolia anymore I don’t need this.

5. Google Docs. I just find that I don’t really need to use word processors and spreadsheets much anymore. I use Zoho now instead of Google docs but I don’t use it enough to give it toolbar real estate.

6. Twittersearch. Even though I still post to Twitter occasionally I’ve largely stopped following it from twitter or using Twittersearch.

7. Involver. I was going to try and use Involver for my events, but it was a private beta thing that my friends couldn’t get into without an invite and upcoming.org just seemed easier to use.

8. Statsaholic. I kind of gave up on Statsaholic after their Alexa data kept getting disrupted. I’m also much less interested in traffic stats on sites these days.

9. Newsgator Online. I switched my RSS reader to Google Reader.

10. Sitemeter. I dumped Sitemeter this year. Google Analytics gives me most of the same information without having to pay for it.

11. Zooomr Blog. Not much activity here. Most of Zooomr’s updates go in the Zipline these days.

Links added in the last year.

1. Flickrleech. The ideal way to get a birds-eye view of a Flickr user’s entire photostream and the ideal thing ever done with the Flickr API. Also the ideal way to search Flickr.

2. SmartSetr. The ideal way to manage your sets on Flickr.

3. Google Reader. Using it now as my RSS reader. Replaced Newsgator Online.

4. FriendFeed. The social networking aggregator. Definitely one of the ideal new sites in the past year.

5. Zooomr Zipline. My new landing page on Zooomr. A great place to network with other Zooomr photographers.

6. Pownce. I like Pownce a lot more than Twitter. Probably because the community feels smaller and less clichéd and pictures are more prominently featured than on Twitter. I also love the mp3 sharing functionality in Pownce.

7. Hype Machine. Where I go to discover new music most on the web.

8. Google Maps. I’m creating a map of all of the places in the world that I want to photograph. This is a brand new project started last week so there are not many places on it yet. I hope to add hundreds of places in the next year though and do a blog post about this at some point in the future.

9. Reddit. Love to regularly review stories on Reddit.

10. Upcoming.org. I use this for my events site now.

11. Netflix Queue. Canceled my DirecTV and signed up for Netflix this past year. Totally love the service. Superior programming for a lot less money. If you want to see what movies I’m watching you can add me as a friend on Netflix here.

12. Tiny URL. Sometimes huge urls don’t fit well with Twitter, Zooomr Zipline, etc. This site turns your massive url into a little one.

13. Photography Voter. Like Digg for photography stories.

Links on both last year and this year.

1. Flickr Current activity. The place where I go to see all of the activity on my pictures on Flickr.

2. Zooomr Social Stream. The place where I go to see all of the activity on my pictures on Zooomr

3. Twitter. Using it much less but still post directly there occasionally.

4. Facebook. Getting really bored with Facebook but still go there a few times a week. Mostly just to add new friends who’ve added me.

5. Google Analytics. Use this to track traffic stats and referral information for my blog.

6. DeleteMe Uncensored. Still a place that I hang out most on Flickr. Flickr has it marked as an adults only group so you have to join the group if you want to see it and you have to have your statement enabled to see age 18+ content.

7. Thomashawk.com. My blog still gets a spot.

8. 30 Boxes. Still using 30 Boxes as my calendar. Like the version that they built for the iPhone this past year.

9. Techmeme. Still one of the ideal places to go on the world wide web for tech news.

10. Digg.com. Still a great place to find new stories.

11. Technorati Page for thomashawk.com. Still like to follow other bloggers who are linking to my blog.

12. and 13. Blogger and "Blog This" bookmarklet. Still using Blogger for publishing. I’ve thought about moving to WordPress many times in the past, but in the past year the Blogger service has gotten remarkably more robust and I decided to stick with Blogger for now.

What sites are on your toolbar? Are there sites that you just can’t live without day in and day out. Any new ones I should be trying out?

Numbers And Finance
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I created this shot in my studio for use on my site, SeniorLiving.Org but I want to share it since it is applicable to much more than just senior retirement planning. Feel free to use this image but please give attribution by linking to www.SeniorLiving.Org or give us a Plus one or even a Facebook like. It is very difficult to get seniors to +1 so your help can really help us establish the site as a great resource for caregivers and seniors.

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We never used Analytics until we started using a next gen hosting company (Squarespace.com) that has analytics built in. Even though we are very experienced with Webtrends and Google Analytics having implemented them for subscribers before – we found more value in an integrated solution and we found that when we began hosting on Squarespace’s solution.

Once it was there, we began learning useful things from the results:

– Our blog brought in traffic, we thought it was just fun to do

– Search queries we never thought of were leading to us

– Our traffic is pretty constant regardless of marketing efforts (seems like it takes a lot to make the needle move)

– Our existing customers are the biggest visitors to our site

– Proper HTML coding inherent in Squarespace’s solution makes a _huge_ difference in Google rankings

Here is a screenshot of a section of our Analytic tools in Squarespace.

which are the top 10 internet search engines in the order of preference and usage?

Question by walexis: which are the top 10 world wide web search engines in the order of preference and usage?
which are the top 10 world wide web search engines in the order of preference and usage?

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Answer by krennao
why don’t you use a search engine to figure that one out, instead of spamming the boards.

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Jeremy Dawes, web design and internet marketing solutions – Web Design Newcastle


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Top Toronto Internet Marketing Company Numero Uno Web Solutions Announces Its Top Tips for Avoiding Common Web Design Errors


Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) March 24, 2013

Numero Uno Web Solutions (NumeroUnoWeb.com), a fast-growing global World wide web marketing firm that caters to small- and mid-sized business-to-consumer companies, is pleased to announce its tips for helping small- and medium-sized businesses refrain the most common web design mistakes.

According to the experts at Numero Uno Web Solutions, the World wide web has created an equal playing field where small- and medium-sized businesses can compete with the worlds largest brands. While that opens up a companys potential target audience, it also highlights the need to design an effective web site that is engages potential clients, reflects the brands image, and is simple to navigate and interact with.

Web design is important on a number of levels, its the first impression a company makes and it is a reflection of the brand; it needs to connect with potential customers and help them make e-commerce decisions, states Marco Reuter, Business Development Manager at Numero Uno Web Solutions.

With that much at stake, its important that small- and medium-sized businesses refrain some of the most common web design mistakes, state the experts.

According to the Numero Uno Web Solutions top tips, many small- and medium-sized businesses change to think about how navigation impacts a visitors experience. In English, people read from left to right, top to bottom. When they click on a site, they will naturally look to the top left corner. A web site that is difficult to navigate could leave the impression that the business is disorganized. People visit a site and look for specific information; make sure its simple for visitors to find the business name, logo, and relevant information.

To engage customers, web sites need to include a clear call to action that leads users to do something. Are they there to purchase a product, contact you, register for a webinar, or download a free e-book? Call to action commands are a great way to connect with a user, address their needs, and promote the brands business goals, Reuter adds.

The World wide web marketing experts note that when thinking of ways to turn visitors into repeat customers, many small- and medium-sized businesses overlook how color can impact a visitors experience. Colour is important because it affects the way people feel and react to a web site and brand. Colour can also create visual interest, and it can help direct the flow of the page and the users attention.

To refrain some of the most common web design mistakes, small- and medium-sized businesses need to find an expert search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) company to help them create a site that combines form and function, increases brand awareness, and is search engine-friendly. The experts at Numero Uno Web Solutions can help businesses design their web sites with a clear plan in mind, to create a site that resonates with audiences and meets a brands conversion goal.

Numero Uno Web Solutions is one of the top World wide web marketing firms due to constant innovation and overall customer satisfaction. For more information on Numero Uno Web Solutions, and to discover how the company can help maximize your companys search engine optimization and online presence, visit http://numerounoweb.com/sitescore/. Or call Numero Uno Web Solutions toll-free at 1-855-SEO-XPRT (1-855-736-9778).







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Zeke Camusio – Internet Marketing Podcast


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Internet for All

World wide web for All


Used – The world wide web is a vast resource of information for all pupils, and this new technology is just as exciting for kids with moderate or severe learning difficulties. The authors of this book, whose own school’s website won awards from BECTa and Microsoft, clearly explain to even the most non-technologically minded how to get students started on the internet, and how to progress to releasing its full learning potential. They also incorporate examples and principles of good inclusive prac

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The Private Capital Market Selects seo4anyone as Their Exclusive Internet Marketing Partner for Companies Trying to Raise Capital Through Crowd Funding


Miami, Florida (PRWEB) March 19, 2013

Seo4anyone, a leading Miami, Florida world wide web marketing company, has been selected by The Private Capital Market to be their exclusive online marketing partner for their customers looking to raise capital through crowd funding efforts.

The Private Capital Market is an industry leading fixed fee subscription-based crowd funding internet-based platform built on the expertise of Thomas E. Vass. Mr. Vass has published multiple publications, holds a patent for a method of identifying a universe of stocks for inclusion into an investment portfolio (United Says 7,251,627) and has been cited as in the top 3% of economic writers at Social Science Research Network.

Through their exclusive partnership, seo4anyone will wage seven online marketing plans so that companies of all sizes can afford to promote their capital raising needs. Basic plans wage a search engine optimized portal where apiece companys investor relations pages are built and updated during the capital raising process.

Other entry level marketing plans include press release distribution services, news article distribution & syndication services and business event calendar sharing website publishing services.

Advanced plans wage a more holistic approach to the capital raising process. In addition to the entry-level content distribution services, the advanced plans promote a companys capital raising needs through the top social media sharing sites including Linkedin, Google+ and Facebook pages.

The advanced plan also places ads on angel investor and venture capital matching websites. The final and most critical aspect of the advanced offering is the creation and management of an email marketing campaign. Seo4anyone will setup an email marketing campaign using the companys database of customers, vendors and stakeholders. Then scheduled emails will be sent out to all potential capital sources describing the companys use of funds and future plans.

Seo4anyone was selected as the exclusive partner due to their breadth of expertise in the online marketing space.

The capability to help companies promote their capital raising needs is a perfect match for seo4anyones core skills. The combination of SEO content optimization, paid world wide web marketing experience, email marketing skills and social media management grants us to wage a suite of services that these companies really need to get the word out and raise their next round of capital states Matt Silvers, CEO of seo4anyone.

About the Companies:

Seo4anyone is a full-service world wide web marketing bureau based in Miami, Florida. They work with local small businesses as well as massive multinational companies to promote their businesses online. The company specializes in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay Per Click Management (PPC), social media marketing (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn), viral marketing strategies, landing page conversation testing (A/B testing), website optimization testing and website design and development. For further information, please visit http://www.seo4anyone.com.

The Private Capital Market is a subscription-based fixed fee crowd funding platform. Unlike competitor crowd funding websites, they do not take a percentage fee of the capital raised, and do not require that you raise a minimum amount of capital. Thomas Vass: Vass is a regional economist and fee-based investment portfolio manager located in Raleigh, N. C., and the author of Predicting Technology: Identifying Future Market Opportunities and Disruptive Technologies, (2007) which explains his theory of technology evolution. He is currently ranked in the top 2.5% of all economists on the SSRN platform. For further information, please visit http://www.privatecapitalmarket.com.







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