We have been asked a number of times to create images for email signatures to promote a product, app, or website, or even to stylishly display basic contact information.This sounds like a fun project with boundless creative possibilities – and one that would generate revenue.But each time we have demurred and explained why with these reasons:When an email is replied to, images are often not included. It might end up…
We have written that you should never say the word “backslash” when talking about Web addresses. Now it’s time to address another common practice that should be eradicated.
Never use the words “click here” on your Web site, particularly when they are the only words within linked text.
Over the past several months we have been exploring the benefits and limitations of responsive design – creating Web sites that adapt the layout to the viewing environment. more: How To: Responsive Twitter embeds in a WordPress post
Over the weekend a prominent radio play-by-play announcer gave out a Web site for listeners to visit: “Please visit www dot nfl dot com backslash Play 60 to learn more.” more: Pro Tip: Don't say ‘backslash’ when talking about Web addresses