Archive for July, 2007|Monthly archive page

Rounded Corners and External Javascript

I found this great resource for an easy way to add rounded corners to your web site, it is called curvyCorners.  This is a simple javascript file that can be used externally and is very versatile.  Rounded corners are usually created with tables, but that requires too much code and can get messy, but curvyCorners cleans that up considerably.  I will test curvyCorners on the Goatsmilktavern Studios web site sometime this week to see just how well it works. 

 I am usually against using these kind of plugins, but this one sounds like it will make web design a little faster for me, and the option to turn off the rounded corners sounds like a good idea.

 The Wendel Printing web site will be finished tonite, and moved from the testing server to our DNS sometime this week.  You can see the site HERE


Article Writing Services

I found this great article writing website. They write optimized articles for your PR and offer article rewriting and proofing. Writing a good article is an art form, and some people simply don’t have the time to do it. If you are short on time and resources, Article Services is a great place to start to find professional article composition help.

Using Google Alerts for SEO

I posted an article about using Google Alerts over at SEO Help. Using free tools provided by some search engines can cut out a considerable amount of work when compiling analytics reports for clients. These reports do not replace a good analytics program, but the can give you a good idea of what is going on with your link building campaign.

You can also use Google Alerts to build content for you blog. When someone posts an article relevant to the subject of your blog, you can make a comment about it on your blog. Make sure you give credit (and a link) to the original source. Tools like this are great for keeping your site updated with fresh material.