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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Web Design Site! These are the top ten articles that your Web Design Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Websites Designed in the Cloud
You've likely heard the term "cloud computing" or "it's in the cloud" before but what does it really mean?
2. Wordpress as Website
Wordpress is more than a blogging tool, it is a complete website design and development software.
3. 10 Tips for Great Content
Great copy is as important as the overall design when it comes to creating a top-notch website. Use these 10 simple tips to ensure your content draws your visitors in and keeps them coming back to you.
4. Creating Image Links and Image Maps
How to create image links in HTML and via Image Maps in Photoshop
5. Metaphors are Key to Top Notch Web Design
Design and layout are intimately linked, but before you figure out how you will arrange everything, figure out the design effect you want. The easiest way to do this is to think of a metaphor. Ponder what your content scope is. What metaphors come to mind?
6. CSS for Creating Eye Catching Lists
Lists are a great way to draw readers into your content. Make them more eye catching with these simple CSS techniques.
7. Planning A Website
Before you even think about designing a site you need to ask yourself this series of questions first in order to get it right the first time.
8. Using Website Templates
If you're new to web design, or you are still learning HTML and CSS, or simply just don't have the time to start from scratch, a web template may be a great solution for you. Learn more about Templates and some great places to find them here.
9. Flash 101, Pt. 2 - Understanding Timelines
The Timeline is one of the most important areas of the Flash workspace, like the editing area of a movie set.
10. How to Add Music to Your Web Site
Music is a popular addition to many sites, audible in a variety of venues and formats. Gone are the days of tinny midi background music that won´t stop playing unless a viewer leaves a site. Here are some tips on how to incorporate music into your web site without driving your viewers crazy.
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