Most websites aren’t made up of a collection of static HTML pages, but run on a content management system which relies on a database. The database is an integral part of the site, which cannot function without it.
Going beyond pageview tracking with Google Analytics’ event tracking has many potential applications.
Your website should have the same feel and personality as your business in general. It shouldn’t be viewed as a separate entity.
Paul Boag is always talking about “calls to action”. It kind of sounds like goofy marketing speak at best, or at worst some way to manipulate users. But calls to action can be beneficial to both users and your bottom line, as he explained in a recent podcast.
In a pinch, Textile shorthand markup can be used to changed alignment, padding, or colors in your text.
Dropbox is my most favorite web application. It certainly came in handy when my iMac died yesterday.
There are many ways to connect your website with Facebook. This post describes three of them, including the new(ish) Like buttons.