A look at who makes up the world’s most popular websites, from tech giants like Google and Facebook to Russian and Chinese sites.
Part of maintaining a website or blog is making sure broken links are taken care of. I outline several ways of doing such.
An update on the most recent changes to Diverse Tech Geek, including changing web hosts (from SiteGround to my old web host, MDDHosting).
A cartoonist named MariNaomi has created the Queer Cartoonists Database and the Cartoonists of Color Database, a pair of diversity oriented websites.
I look at some reasons why you might want to create a customized 404 error page for your site, as well as some examples of major sites’ own such 404 pages.
A list of some tips for what to look over before a website launch, including checking for spelling errors, setting up SEO, and more.
A look at some tips for how to select a domain name, including checking for availability, making sure it’s easy to remember, and the advantages of a .com extension.
A look (via an infographic) about the reasons for creating an About page for your website/blog, as well as what to include on the page.
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