Blog vs Forum

Blog vs Forum

Here are some relevant questions to all of our clients because forums and blogs can provide value to a static site or ecommerce site. I answered Chris’ question and thought I’d expand on it a bit for a brief article. First, a rundown comparing the pros and cons of blog versus forum: Blog Forum Pros Content tends to be more organized. Content can be built to be more targeted for search. Content can be syndicated easily. There can be much more content because users are contributing content. Since there is more user...

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Scripting Web Pages

When used in conjunction with your HTML markup, scripts — small programs that you add to your Web page — help your Web pages respond to user actions. Scripts create the interactive and dynamic effects you see on the Web, such as images that automatically change when visitors move mouse pointers over them, additional browser windows that pop up when a page loads, and animated or interactive navigation bars. Because scripts are mini-programs, they’re often written in a programming language called JavaScript. If you’re unfamiliar with the...

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Redirecting users to another page (HTML)

You can use metadata in your header to send messages to Web browsers about how they should display (or otherwise handle) your Web page. Web builders commonly use the <meta /> element this way to redirect page visitors from one page to another automatically. For example, if you’ve ever come across a page that reads This page has moved. Please wait 10 seconds to be automatically sent to the new location. (or something similar), you’ve seen this trick at work. To use the <meta /> element to send messages to the browser, here are...

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