Web Development Tips

moreAnyone involved in web design and web development should know the things listed on this page. It was tough for us to put these things up in any of the other categories of our site, so we decided to create a dedicated page packed with all the web development tips we could think of. This page is ever-expanding, and sometimes lists back to other parts of the site – but it might just be one of the most vital parts of our site for a beginning webmaster to check before actually starting work on their site. Why? Well, keeping these tips in mind while building your site from day one will not only save you time and effort in the long run, they might mean the difference between having a succesful site, or having one of the millions of other pages on the web that gets one or two people visiting in every week.

If by any chance you landed on this page looking for more coding-related help, check out our HTMLPHP or JavaScript pages – this page takes a more holistic approach to web development!

The Tips….

Legal Information for Webmasters

We are not lawyers, and we don’t claim to be. We’re just people building web sites just like you – but we probably have a little more experience and background knowledge in important areas such as the legal aspects of running a web site. To share the knowledge we do have, we’ve decided to put up this section of our site with as much practical legal info and advice as we possibly can.

However, as we are no lawyers – we are just giving this information as-is. We try to verify everything, we try to talk to people who know for sure, but errors might still be in there. If your legal question is serious; please do contact an attorney or someone else that knows exactly what you need. Keep in mind; what’s valid in one country, might not be in another. What works today, might not work tomorrow – and we can’t promise you our information is valid at this current time, or in your country.

Legal Resources

Here’s a list of on-site and external resources that can help you out. Again, we’re not making any promises that every little piece of info is 100% reliable (we try, though!).