You might have guessed that given my last post was about a 2 Column CSS Layout this one would be about developing a 3 Column CSS Layout. If you did give yourself a pat on the back and a couple of brownies points.
Though a lot of web developers are beginning to migrate to css in their sites I still see many developers struggling when using css to layout their sites. CSS styling is usually pretty easy to grasp, but it can take some time to get comfortable with using css positioning techniques to layout a site. All too often I see the same developers moving back to tables so I thought I would present a few simple layouts, beginning here with a 2 column css layout.
Since I focused mainly on what not to do in regards to seo in my last post 7 SEO Myths, it seemed only fair to write a little about what you should do. Keep in mind there is no magic formula when it comes to seo. Here though, are 7 seo tips you can use to help get better rankings for your website and web pages. Just as with the myths these seo tips are not necessarily in any particular order. Just a few that came to me when I sat down to write.
There are a lot of myths about seo flying around. Wherever you go for information about seo you are probably just as likely to find misinformation. I think one of the major plateaus you can ascend to in your seo knowledge is seeing some of these myths for what they are and realizing that not everything you hear about seo is true.
There are two camps in the seo world. Those that see content as the most important thing for search engine rank and those that see links as the most important thing for search engine rank. The truth is both camps are partially right. SEO is a combination of both optimized content and relevant backlinks and those sites that have achieved a high rank usually have done a good job of both.