Tag search: HTML
The Semantic Web is a new technology/specification that attempts to read into the meaning of content on the web, providing more useful and relevant search results, and creating a specific content model which fits your business needs.
Google, Bing and Yahoo are already beginning to support the Semantic Web in their applications, most notably the Search Indexes. Using vocabularies such as schema.org; search engines index your website, looking for Semantic tags which allows them to understand the meaning of the content on the web page.
The core of your website; a content management system (CMS) needs to be stable, secure, and flexible. The main objective of any company is to have a website that not only looks amazing, but is also easily manageable too.
Making it simple to update company and product information and articles; content management systems are a necessary component of any efficient business’s web presence, but with so many CMS options available, where do you begin?
We produce a fair few HTML emails here as part of our production process and our DigitalMill volume service, so it’s fair to say we know a thing or two about making them work in as many email clients as possible. Some are much more difficult than others, and we’ve found that the worst culprit is Lotus notes 6.5/7. It has very little support for CSS and tends to ignore a lot of HTML attributes such as heights or widths.
Second up is Outlook, which even with the latest version still uses Word as its HTML rendering engine; hindering design and quality, and producing a number of inconveniences for us. Those two clients aside; here’s a run-down of our top things to remember when designing and building:
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