Simple Navigation Bar With CSS And (x)HTML

Last week I showed how you can create a simple menu using an (x)HTML list and CSS. Today I thought I’d use the same technique to create a simple navigation bar. Once again we’ll structure things with a list of links and use some CSS to turn that list into a navigation bar.

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New Search Products From Google

In case you missed it Google released a few new search products yesterday. Google Co-Op, Google Trends, Google Desktop 4, and later this week Google Notebook. Each in it’s own way may contribute a little something to search engine optimization, but it’s the first two I mentioned that I would like to talk about here.

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Firefox Extensions For Web Developers

One of the main benefits of the Firefox web browser is the active development community that continues to allow new features to be added through extensions. You can find extensions to Firefox that help with many aspects of your web browsing experience. Extensions though can turn Firefox into something more than a simple or enhanced web browser. Web developers can find many that will increase productivity and help get projects done quicker.

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Simple Menus With (x)HTML Lists And CSS

When it comes to creating a menu for your site one of the easiest ways is to use a simple unordered list as your (x)HTML structure and then style it using css. With the right styling you can even achieve some creative effects Let’s get right into the code and build a simple menu.

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Calls To Action For Improved Sales

When a visitor comes to your site you want them to take action. You want them to make a purchase or sign up for your newsletter. Maybe you just want them to click deeper into your site or continue reading the next page of your article. No matter what you want them to do you need to provide calls to action on your pages to direct visitors to the action you want them to take.

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