Cross-browser compatibility refers to the ability for a website to support all web browsers. The term cross-browser is often confused with multi-browser.

Multi-browser is a new paradigm in a web development that allows a website to provide more functionality over several web browsers, while ensuring that the website is accessible to the largest possible audience without any loss in performance.

Cross-browser is a support that allows a website or web application to properly rendered by all browsers. The term cross-browser has existed since the web development began. (more…)

Templates are bad

One of the hardest things for a small business owner to do is to differentiate themselves from their competition. But what’s the one thing that we see all too frequently? Pre-made website templates that make them look like a million other people.

To add insult to that injury most website template providers categorize the templates so there’s a selection of real estate templates or ones “specially designed” for plumbers. (more…)

The importance of a good website design is difficult to overstate. Design can and will make or break a website. While this little fact may seem self-evident to many people, it is a surprisingly easy fact to overlook, especially at a time when free web design software or templates are available to anyone with passing interest. Such tools are great for encouraging more people to use the Internet and develop new skills, however, if you are looking to establish a ‘serious’ and ‘professional’ presence for you or your organization you will be best served by finding someone with the education, tools, and talent that go into good website design. (more…)