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7 Web Design Faux Pas to Avoid

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012
Mismatching socks with sandals would certainly register as a design blunder. Designing a website requires attention to detail and the knowledge of a few dos and don’ts. While there are many techniques to ensure a well designed and effective website, designers are still prone to making mistakes, some more common than others. Here are some of the most common mistakes that often make a huge difference.

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Our 7 Favorite jQuery Template Effects

Monday, July 26th, 2010
jQuery Favorites Regular visitors of BoxedArt will have noticed the recent jQuery section on the site. If you’re still a little green to jQuery, the best way to explain it is that it is a client side scripting language (meaning that all activity occurs in your web browser, and not on the web server), and it creates an interaction between simple HTML and Javascript. What this means, is that there can be dynamic and interactive action on a website without using a scripting resource that requires a browser plug-in, such as Flash or Swish. It also lets you use simple HTML text within the content, so it doesn’t require additional software to manage a site.

Anyway, for those of you that don’t need the lesson and are here for the eye candy, below you’ll find a list of our 7 favorite jQuery scripts and effects that we have used in our new jQuery template category so far:

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Should I Care if My Website is Table Based or Table Free?

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Professional website designers are already familiar with concepts such as table free css div coding, table based layouts, css, html, xhtml, and valid markup. However, if you’re not yet as experienced in website design, these may all be foreign terms to you. In this post I’ll help sort out these meanings for you, explain some of the pros and cons of each style of markup, and give you the skinny on whether any of these things will really matter to your website.

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