A simple guide to web accessibility
“The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”—Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web
Did you know that people with disabilities are still capable of browsing the internet?
5 domain blogs to add to your reading list
I write a lot of blog posts here at Name.com. After all, it’s my job. But I also read a lot of blog posts to learn what’s happening in the industry and to see what types of content people are most interested in learning more about. Although there are a lot of great tech and domain blogs out there, there are five that I always find myself coming back to. If you’re in the web industry, you should add all of these domain blogs to your reading list.
How to create a website if you can’t code
You’ve decided that it’s time to start a website—and that’s great news. Whether your website is for a small business, an online portfolio, or a personal blog, staring your own site is a huge step towards a new and exciting future. There’s only one problem: You don’t know how to code.
Why you shouldn’t use a free hosting plan
There are a ton of options out there when it comes to choosing a reliable hosting plan, but one of the most common mistakes that people make when starting their website is choosing free hosting over a higher quality paid service
“But it’s free!” you say. And while yes, choosing a free hosting plan seems like an obvious win, there’s a lot more at stake than a few bucks saved on web hosting. A free hosting plan is less ideal than a normal, paid plan for the following reasons.
How a powerful online presence can help freelancers win more jobs
That traditional 9 to 5 office job has been slowly changing over the past several years, as the modern workforce looks for new ways to achieve that coveted work-life balance. Freelancing and contract services offer an ideal solution for those who are looking for a source of income that offers freedom and mobility.