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Self Assessment Fail

By Cubert on February 16th, 2010 Posted in Offbeat | 1 Comment »

If someone is able to find the information for her, she might want to read this tutorial before applying.

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Social Media – Will it Really Make Your Website Popular? Part I

By Cubert on February 15th, 2010 Tags: , , , , , ,
Posted in Website Promotion | 2 Comments »

Much like high school, being popular on the social networks is about being accepted by the cool kids. However, instead of the meatheads that ruled the schools, it’s the pencil necks that are now at the top of the pecking order. I’m still waiting for when the “small hands” crowd have their day in the sun.

Anyway, regardless of your level of experience in using social media to promote a website, you’ve probably seen some examples of successful integration. Some sites even make it seem easy with their 2000 diggs, 100,000 RSS subscribers or their 200k twitter followers, but what kind of expectations should you have when first promoting your own website? Below is a breakdown of several common social media sites and what you should expect if you intend to use them as part of your website promotion strategy.

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Faking a Dental Ad: From Gorgeous to Gross – Reverse Cosmetic Dentistry

By Cubert on February 10th, 2010 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in Tutorials | 5 Comments »

You’ve seen those dental ads – the ones where they take a wicked nasty smile and make it look kissibly fresh. Are the dramatic changes in the patient’s once monstrous mouth representative of the pinnacle of dental precision or were the pictures photoshopped to perfection? We’ll probably never know, however we thought it would be fun to go the other way with this reverse cosmetic dentistry tutorial, where we made an ugly set of teeth for a dental template’s “before” photo, and kept the original spotless smile as the after in the Delicious Smile Template.

You can download the Delicious Smile Template with full PSD source files and sliced table free HTML pages for this template in BoxedArt’s members section, as well as thousands of other website templates and web design products. Get a membership here. Read the rest of this entry »

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Web Design Fail – Mixed Messages

By Cubert on February 4th, 2010 Tags: , , , ,
Posted in General Knowledge, Offbeat | 13 Comments »

Browsing along the web, I’ve stumbled into one of the biggest web content fails I’ve ever seen.

However, looking at it from another perspective, it could be a very big win for the website owners.

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Building the Beautiful Bikini Model Competition Template Header

By Cubert on February 4th, 2010 Tags: , , , , , , ,
Posted in Tutorials | No Comments »

The competition for the hottest bikini body is on, and these ladies are in it to win it! Of course, every girl can do with a little enhancement for that competitive edge. In this Bikini Mode Competition Template we use Adobe Photoshop give these sexy ladies a leg up by performing a number of color enhancements, background improvements, and add some general glitter and glow.

You can download the Bikini Contest Template with full PSD source files and sliced table free HTML pages for this template in BoxedArt’s members section, as well as thousands of other website templates and web design products. Get a membership here. Read the rest of this entry »

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Twitter Loop

By Cubert on February 1st, 2010 Posted in Offbeat | No Comments »

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How to Create the Robot Battle Scene from the Battle Bots Template

By Cubert on January 30th, 2010 Posted in Tutorials | 2 Comments »

There’s more to these battling bots than meets the eye! Today we’ll take some robot illustrations (source: bigstockphoto), and create a battle scene by adding in laser beams, glowing lights, and little sparks. This epic cybernetic battle was fought on our Battle Bots template as seen below:

You can download the Battle Bots Template with full PSD source files and sliced table free HTML pages for this template in BoxedArt’s members section, as well as thousands of other website templates and web design products. Get a membership here. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Get Links and Traffic from Forums and Blogs without Becoming a Spammy Toolbag

By Cubert on January 30th, 2010 Posted in General Knowledge, Website Promotion | 5 Comments »

After getting a website together and up to the high standards of the Internet (cough), the next step for any webmaster (with an ounce of sense) is to begin promoting their site. The web is loaded with resources that happily explain how to promote a website, and if you’ve looked for this information then you’ve probably received guidance on such topics as SEO (Search Engine Optimization), social and viral marketing, traditional ad campaigns, text link building, back linking, etc. One topic that marketing articles love to throw around is the concept of prompting your website through forums and blogs. However, if done the wrong way, your promotion attempts will do little more than make you look like a tool in front of your potential customers.

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A Step by Step Guide on How to Find Basic Information Online Using the Search Engine Website Google

By Cubert on January 30th, 2010 Posted in Offbeat | 4 Comments »

You may have been directed to this page from a forum or Q&A website because a member of the website believes that you require further instruction on executing a Google web search to find very basic information online. Please follow the instructions below to complete the execution of your Google database website search.

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The English-Web Developer Dictionary

By Cubert on January 27th, 2010 Tags: , , , , ,
Posted in General Knowledge, Offbeat | No Comments »

Sometimes there is a communication gap during a conversation with a regular non-technical person (perhaps a website owner or a business owner with a website in the works) and someone more technically gifted, such as a website developer or programmer. Even more experienced website owners that have heard tech jargon used many times suffer this issue by misusing common terms that they believe they understand. If you find yourself in caught up in one of these communication gaps, and you just can’t seem to connect with your developer, don’t blame yourself. Instead, educate yourself in the language of a web developer with this easy to use English – Web Developer Dictionary.

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