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Bad Cursors

I’ve been to some sites lately which have some pretty fantastic cursors. You probably know what I’m talking about – cursors that have little balls dangling from them, look like a heart or consist of a string of letters waving ...

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Bad Animations

Animation can turn a blah, boring website into a work of art which draws visitors back again and again. That’s rare because animation is generally not used very well. Most webmasters go through several phases with animation. Their site contains ...

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Bad Graphics

I know you like to put graphics on your page. There is little better than a site which has been done by a professional graphics designer. The perfect balance between graphics, color, fonts, photos and layout is rare and a ...

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Bad Text

Even in today’s world of Flash animation, animated GIFs, sound files, VRML and other dazzling special effects, the basic reason why people surf the web is to read. Yes, the pictures are great, and yes the animations are wonderful, but ...

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Link Rot

Something which constantly amazes me is how quickly the links on a web site go out of date. This is especially true of external links, but can also occur with internal links and graphics. External Links It’s easy enough to ...

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What’s New

In order to keep your visitors coming back for more, it is generally a good idea to be constantly making changes to your web site. For example, on this site there are anywhere from half a dozen to two dozen ...

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Navigation

It’s easy to tell a poor web site from a good one. Just take a minute to look at the navigation. Poor sites make it difficult for their visitors to find things. And the more difficult it is for someone ...

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Site Types

There are many different types of web sites. A short list of some of the different categories are listed below. Of course, your own site can be any one of the types below, and actually may include elements from some ...

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